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Discussion in 'Archery' started by Due51, Sep 22, 2020.
While practicing tonight and adjusting my sights, I put one right on another. Kinda cool.
Cool to do once, after that it starts to cost too much lol
Yep, check the box. Now start aiming at different spots
Yeah, you'll want to stop doing that. But well done!
Good job but like everyone else said.. only once. My stupid ass shot a hole in one of my veins in my "kill" arrows. Now I've gotta replace it. Aim different dots
Always cool the first time ,Congrats !
I have many from indoor leagues,back in the aluminum days.
The one that means the most is from a 3D shoot. My buddy made a good shot and I aimed for his arrow,right inside it went !
I’ve got a few. Being hard headed gets expensive sometimes.
kinda good news .bad news. we had a kid at out club shooting and when they went to the targets, he stacked 3 end to end. Dad was seen scratching his temples. I have never seen that
Very nice, I have a hand full of them, I have even done some old XX75 back when the nock end was pointed. Then it starts to get expensive, Easton Full Metal Jackets aren’t cheap!
I'm a slow learner and did it twice. Costs too much. Use different aim points dummy (me)!
Then let Cleveland buddy get familiar with Excalibur recurves. Yup, he cost me a 3rd arrow. Sold him on Excalibur though!
The very reason multiple spot targets are used in FITA and indoor NFAA competitive events and leagues.My team mates on 3-D leagues always played Nock-Nock until
one guys x-10 was destroyed.Big bucks for 1/2 doz.there!
At the range we used to shoot league in, the owner would always say that the really crappy shooters were the ones that stacked 'em. The good shots just made 'em touch.
Shooting in archery league was certainly fun times.