Thread: Deer broadheads
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Old November 15, 2012, 07:12 PM   #14
sc outdoorsman
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Start off at 10 yards get it on then move out to 20 and so forth. You may be able to use the 10 pin at 20 with just a little adjustment. If you got a scope once you get it on at 10 yards your pretty much just going to need to check the rest of the lines or red dots to make sure they are on.
If you aren't going to use the cocking device bring some gloves as the string is hard on the hands. The cocking device wouldn't work on mine without catching on the safety and I had to set mine by hand.

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