The great purchasing of a Cross bow or Crossbows
When it comes to purchasing Cross bow or Crossbow for hunting itâ€™s the excitement of gaining that first or another kill for dinner. Scholars believe that the crossbow first appeared in Asia as early as 2,000 BC. With todayâ€™s crossbows they can be very affected for the hunters use. The different draw weights in drawing up the cross bow can be anywhere from 150 to 250. Come check us out for the number of different crossbows we have.
For most hunting situations involving small to medium sized animals like whitetail deer, a crossbow with a 150-pound draw weight will prove more than efficient enough to get the job done. For larger game, the conscientious crossbow hunter will desire additional poundage. With a range of 150 to 225 pounds of draw weight, any species or special set
of circumstances should be able to be easily met with todayâ€™s crossbows.
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I have a Wicked Ridge Invader HP cross bow which I used to try to eliminate a groundhog at 40 yards. My first shot when a little over its head and the second shot hit at its feet. At that moment I guess the groundhog realized something was happening and he run to his hole. The challenge of trying to hit the groundhog with a crossbow was fun instead of
the other 12 groundhogs I killed with my .22 wrm Savage Arm Rifle. I live in the country within Maryland having this problem with groundhog digging hole under my small shed. I started out with Taurus PT24/7 9mm hand gun to try to kill those groundhogs missed big time. I then moved to my .22 wrm Savage Arm Rifle a friend lined up my rifle scope and then with having my scope dialed in couldn't miss. If you our looking to purchase a Crossbow come over to www.RuggedCrossbows.com My name is Karen L. Feeser from Westminster, Maryland
Submitted on: 2014-09-25 09:25:21