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This debate started between me and a buddy when he sent me a picture of a Robin Hood shot by a crossbow at 70 yards. I replied, "Eh, the one I shot with my Hoyt at 30 yards is more impressive." Some context, my Hoyt had a cobra electraslide from the mid 2000s, a stabilizer (more of a dampener), the original 16 year old string at the time of the robin hood (Stretched and out of tune), an average index release, and Blackout x-5 Envy arrows from Bass Pro. He proceeded to explain to me how crossbows won’t shoot aswell as a compound with cheap stuff. To this I conceded to his greater knowledge on the subject. But these weren’t ordinary run of the mill arrows that created this crossbows robin hood. They were spine indexed, custom fletched, and weight matched.

So my question is. Fully loaded with the most high end arrows and accesories, both high end bows with an average shooter behind each,

Crossbow at 70 yards,

Compound at 30 yards,

Which one shoots a Robin Hood first?

Pick which one you believe would do it quicker with an average shooter at the specified yardage and elaborate as to why you made this decision. Thanks.

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