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Okay guys, forgive me if this topic has been beaten to death, but I need to get some answers. I would rank myself as a beginner shooter. I do understand basic technique and have had a few bows in my life. When it comes to experience, that is what I want more of. I am planning on moving more towards hunting with a bow and less with a rifle for many reasons. I currently own a LH Mathews Z7 60lb at 29.5 (I think the draw is right). I just put a new string on it and, to be expected, its a little stiff. I really want to buy a newer bow but am a little intimidated by all the choices out there. I would like to buy used. Are newer bows with newer technology easier to pull. I feel like I really struggle with 60# and if shopping for a bow, I want to know what is right for me. Im 6’4 230lbs and athletic and in and out of the gym. I know I dont need to pull 90# to achieve my goals, but Im wondering if my current setup would be much different that say a Hoyt Defiant. Being LH doesnt exactly present me with a ton of opportunities at the local bow shop to try different bows to see how they feel. Heck, the local bow shop is either Bass Pro or another shop 45 miles away. Should better bow shops have a few of the latest and greatest tuned and ready for me to fling a few arrows downrange? What are the benefits that I should see when spending 1k on a bow. I guess, does 60lbs feel the same on all bows? I hope that makes sense. I really would like to buy the best I can afford and not have to buy for a few years. Im afraid if I start with an entry level bow, Ill wish I bought something a little better. So, how much difference is there from a 10yr old Mathews setup vs a new Hoyt or Prime? Hope that isnt to vague..


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Picture of a Modern Day Bow Hunter #archery

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I know a guy like this.
He rarely gets anything on the ground. Maybe one year out of 8 or so.

He spends more money and time farting around with his equipment than out in the field.
I guess the good news is, he’s having a good time doing what he does and that’s what matters….. I s’pose.

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Not legal in Pennsylvania. #archery

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Just read this article and suppose Thermocell’s aren’t legal either. Some crazy stupid laws out there.

A reader recently emailed me to ask if it’s legal to use an Ozonics machine while hunting in Pennsylvania.

Ozonics is a machine that changes oxygen molecules into ozone molecules, which are then blown out into the air, downwind of your position. According to the literature published by Ozonics Inc., the ozone molecules reportedly bond with odor molecules emitted by your body, rendering them unrecognizable to a deer, bear or whatever.

Basically, Ozonics is said to cleanse your scent stream, which helps you beat an animal’s nose.

Anyway, I had heard conflicting reports claiming they are both legal and illegal here in Pennsylvania. So I went straight to the source and asked the Pennsylvania Game Commission about Ozonics.

Travis Lau, the agency’s spokesman, said that Ozonics are, in fact, illegal in Pennsylvania. And the reason they are illegal is because they violate the state’s general ban on electronic devices.

As stated in the 2015-16 digest of hunting rules and regulations, “It is unlawful to hunt with any electronic contrivance or device,” except for a narrow list of items that are specifically excluded from the prohibition.

The list of excepted devices consists of:

Electronic callers used for bobcats, coyotes, foxes, raccoons and crows, and for snow geese during the spring conservation season.
Lighted sight pins on archery tackle, so long as the pins don’t cast a beam.
Illuminated nocks on arrows and crossbow bolts.
Sound amplification devices contained in or on a hunter’s ear.
Electronic crow decoys.
Guns that use and electronic impulse to fire the charge.
“Only those devices specifically excepted by the commission may be used, and Ozonics aren’t on the list,” Lau said.

The only reason Ozonics aren’t on the list is because the machines “have never been evaluated by the Bureau of Wildlife Protection,” he said. And there’s no plan to do so at this time.

Lau said the agency handles a fair number of questions about the legality of Ozonics. He said hunters have been caught using them in the field, but he didn’t know of any citations for their use being issued.

“There probably have been cases where use of Ozonics has resulted in citation, but we don’t have a way to break that out of a search,” he said. “Officers encounter them in the field occasionally, but the only instances I know about did not result in citations.”

The fact that Ozonics are illegal might have some people scratching their heads, but it’s not totally beyond logic. Here’s the part that will get you scratching.

Did you take notice to an electronic device that isn’t on the list, but has been used by many deer hunters for years?

Rangefinders.

They must be illegal, right? I mean the law says “It is unlawful to hunt with any electronic contrivance or device” except those that are specified by the Game Commission, and rangefinders aren’t specified.

Nope. Rangefinders are legal.

“We do not view rangefinders to violate fair-chase principles,” Lau said.

But they aren’t on the exception list.

“We are working on adding rangefinders to the list of approved electronic devices,” Lau said.

“They were never specifically excepted, but we have held as an agency their use is not in violation of the principles of fair chase, and we do not cite for them.”

Lighted nocks are on the list, and rangefinders have been around a lot longer than them.

My question is this.

How is the average hunter reading the digest of hunting rules supposed to know that rangefinders have apparently been weighed and approved by the Game Commission, while Ozonics have not?

Hmmmmmm.

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High dollar target sights…even used….???? #archery

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Been trying to find a good target sight and scope. I have seen some Axel sights and shrewd housings with lens,light etc. Are these high prices on these target sights normal and is $ 600 for sight,housing ,light,mag. lens etc…worth it.Are they that nice. Shibuya,CBE,Vertex,Axcel,Sure-Loc


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Nock high Defiant with lower speed nocks removed. #archery

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Installed a new string without the lower speed nocks and my nock high tear is all but gone. Went from 1/16” low string nock and a high arrow nock tear to a level string nock and almost a bullet hole tear.

Anyone else do this? Thoughts on leaving it this way long term?


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What is a good boot for turkey hunting?


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Halon x limbs #archery

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Anyone know how to get the limbs out of the limb pockets? am i just stupid?


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DS advantage pros cons #archery

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Looks like a work of machining Art anyone have any experience with one

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