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    Huntin Junkie
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    Default First Robin Hood

    My 15 year old son did this the other day while he and I were shooting. Shot was 20 yards. I think that he has his Tomkat tuned in pretty good now. It was just a once in a lifetime shot and it was worth loosing an arrow.
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    Robin hoods are cool, but very expensive. The first one's are really neat and well worth the cost, but after that they quit being as 'cool'. For a 15 yr old they are priceless.

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    Thanks for the spell check on the sig. Fixed. LOL.

    I think that my boys have come to understand the shoot more than one dot now. He was pretty excited about it since he has got his first bow in August of 07.
    Introduce a kid to the outdoors, the American way depends on it

    If you can read this, thank a teacher
    If you can read this in english, thank a soldier.

    08 82nd Airborne, 29" - 60 lbs - 300 fps
    Octane Hostage Pro
    Octane quiver
    G5 XR .019 sights, Meta peep
    Sims S-coil
    Carbon Force Radial X-weav, Rage 3-blade - 390 grn

    06 Tribute, 27.5" - 284 fps

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    Actually it is worth losing TWO arrows....can't pull the first one apart now!
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    I would gladly lose a couple of arrows just to savor the moment. Congratulations !!!

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    Nice!! The first one is always exciting

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    man i had one of those but it didn't break that way

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    Those X-Weaves split nicely.

    Congrats to your son and tell that is why there are more than one spot on the target.


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