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For various reasons from Dr.'s orders to what not I have not shot my Carbon Element for a couple months. Figured it was time to pick it back up and get back into shape.
I can hardly wait until I get my form back!
I know I'm too old to be making posts like this, but that bow just makes me giddy every time I shoot it!
 

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I hope you plan to just hit the deer over the head.... shooting like that.... better get a Mathews... LOL
 

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Let me guess 90 yard group?

Good shooting! Sometimes a break is just what you need.


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Great group and it must feel good to be shooting again. How far is that?
 

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Let me guess 90 yard group?

Good shooting! Sometimes a break is just what you need.


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Nope 120! LOL..no only 20 yards..I know no biggy...but for not shooting for a couple months...good confidence builder right out of the gate.
 

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Let me guess 90 yard group?

Good shooting! Sometimes a break is just what you need.


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It better be a 90 yard group. This is AT! I can do that at 120 with my old Browning deluxe nomad.
 

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Glad your back to shooting....can't go wrong with that brand of bow either!!
 

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Seriously ... You gotta dump that plumbers nightmare and just throw arrows at deer ... or sumfin ... :tongue: .

Stay away from my 3d courses !! heheh
 

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The old Browning Nomad Deluxe, that brings back memories. Nice bow in it's day. Mine got so old that the limbs eventually snapped drawing it back, fortunately noone was hurt.
 

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The old Browning Nomad Deluxe, that brings back memories. Nice bow in it's day. Mine got so old that the limbs eventually snapped drawing it back, fortunately noone was hurt.
Only bow to ever blow up while i was shooting it!( Nock on wood) That sucked. Cable ir string popped at full draw. I can't remember. but i never shot it again.
 

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You need to send that pos to me! I will dispose of it for ya...... good shootin

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