04-18-2006, 05:35 PM #21
- Join Date
- Feb 2006
I like my WB. Use it for hunting and 3-D. No moving parts and simple. Just the way I like it. If other people dont like it they dont have to look at it.
04-19-2006, 01:32 AM #22
- Join Date
- Jan 2006
Hers a sick story, Out elk hunting one day, and the wind came up pretty good, got about 18 yards from a big boy, wind blew my arrow of my rest 3 times, 3rd time he heard it or saw it and bolted, no shot no bull, he pry would have grossed 370- 380, he had it all, Im good enough to have made the kill shot in the wind, as i have shot 3ds in worse, but was able to move around to help with the wind, theirs not much moving with the big boy right on ya.... I would have given someone $2000 if they would have talked me into using one of those wb setups that day......
04-20-2006, 11:10 AM #23
AmenOriginally Posted by bullspotter
Another thing I always here is that the WB is a good hunting rest but not for targets
My thoughts are if the WB is good enough to take an animals life its good enough to use for 3D...If I can trust the rest for a critical shot on an animal I can sure use it on a 3D target and do well with it...
Its a great rest...If you dont like it, dont use it...If you havnt used it dont knock it...
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04-20-2006, 11:49 PM #24
Honey dipped beef sticks, were can I get some of those????I cut things up and split them down!