Oh they found the corn they will be back
Been doing work with a microdiameter for years. Speed and impact velocity are key. Not sure about the arrows though.Settling in nicely. These axis 5mms shoot the same as my Bowhunter 6.5mms. What's all they hype over these micro diameters? Seems everybody and their brother is running them. Have enough of each to run which ever, or both. Have muzzy trocars on 6.5s, and the 5mms have some kind of 3 blade cut on contact mechanicals.
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What's all they hype over these micro diameters? Seems everybody and their brother is running them.
I haven't seen an aluminum arrow since I got out of archery, maybe 2011 or so. But yea, that's been my observation. If im lucky enough, I'll try bothThe latest, greatest new gadget.
I got into bowhunting a couple of years before the graphites hit.
Everyone was amazed I was still building and running my own aluminum.
I haven't seen an aluminum arrow since I got out of archery, maybe 2011 or so. But yea, that's been my observation. If im lucky enough, I'll try both
I can handle the heat, but the mosquitoes drive me nuts. My bow stands are in the low lying thick areas. There’s still mosquitoes on a warm fall day sometimes. I have a thermocel, but if I can smell it, them deers can for sur
Asap. With that said I had one laying dead for a few hrs on a 90 degree day 2 seasons ago and it was fine. I love the early season because 1 the deer aren’t spooky from all the humans in the woods. 2 there aren’t many people in the woods cause “it’s just too damn hot”. My top 2 bucks have both been killed in the first 5 days of the season. Hope to take one of these guys opening wknd.You guys that bow hunt during hot season, how fast are you getting your deer gutted and cleaned? I've never hunted early season and have worried about process time to keep the meat good. Where i hunt, my stand also faces the going down sun. It's hot as hell to sit there, lol.