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Archerysniper

Saturday night

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 I'm trying to do more self filming of my hunts this year. I have passed a few because the camera didn't have enough light. Finally on Saturday evening I had this big doe come through nice and early giving me a 20 yard shot. 

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:)

Don't forget to add the after shot and recovery part on your vids! 

 

 

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59 minutes ago, paceman said:

Very cool, Looks like a great spot!

That's my backyard,it pays to research when buying a house. 

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Just picked up some lighted knocks to help on the next videos. With them adding 20 grains to my arrow it drops 6 inches at 40 yards. All that movement before the shot was me changing my sight. At first she was going to come through at 28 yards then she turned and walked towards me so I had to dial back to 20 yards. 

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Set your sight at 25 yards and you are golden out to 30 with out moving it , you might be a inch high at 20 

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3 hours ago, sportfish said:

Set your sight at 25 yards and you are golden out to 30 with out moving it , you might be a inch high at 20 

Set at 23 im good from 0-30,however if I have the time I will dial it in. I like to hit the hair I'm aming at and not the general area. 

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