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    Interesting.

    How much?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Allen View Post
    Interesting.

    How much?
    Being brought out this week at the trade show. Quess will find out soon.
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    Thats freakin awesome! looks i will have to be the community gunniepig to give it a try. lol
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    Would make for shooting after hours easy and poachers dont need any more tools.
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    I'm thinking that it would be useful to learn to hold steadier.

    A little better feedback than your sight to evaluate changes in form.

    I wouldn't pay much for this since cheap lasers are available from many sources.

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    looks like a gimmic

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    Interesting, but what's the point? That arrow is not going to go where the laser is aiming.
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    from what ive heard its adjustable . but still i would ony think it would be dead on at one range . it would be illegal in wisc . cant put any type of light on a big game animal with a weapon

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    Quote Originally Posted by upnorth View Post
    from what ive heard its adjustable . but still i would ony think it would be dead on at one range . it would be illegal in wisc . cant put any type of light on a big game animal with a weapon
    I might be wrong but I think the different color o-rings are to set each arrow up for a different yardage. So green would be 20 yards, red 30, and blue 40.

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    ive got shooters that cant figure which pin to use . cant imagine them trying to figure which arrow to use .

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    Exactly! Gimmick

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    Interesting, but what's the point? That arrow is not going to go where the laser is aiming.
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    Isn't that the truth!!

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    ive got shooters that cant figure which pin to use . cant imagine them trying to figure which arrow to use .
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    It actually would work and Ill garantee I could bust knocks with this product especially after seeing it.

    Pretty cool and most at the show liked what they saw but doubt if ever legal to use.
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    that cool, seem like not need a sight, just eye ur target with red dot from broadhead and shot it
    let see what feedback going to be when anyone shoot this one

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    why not just put a lazer on the sight .seems like a lot less trouble .hha made one for a while but dont think it went over real good . would be illeagle here to hunt with anyways .

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    I agree! nothing but a gimmick and a novelty. Laser sights are nothing new. Archery specific laser sights have been around since at least the early 80's.

    They have never caught on and for good reason. They are fun to play with, but like I said just a novelty

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    why not just put a lazer on the sight .seems like a lot less trouble .hha made one for a while but dont think it went over real good . would be illeagle here to hunt with anyways .
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    not legal in indiana, and also if you have a different broadhead for each range, that means you have to switch arrows while hunting, sounds like a joke to me, im all for new products but this is has to be the worst idea i have ever heard of.

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    I agree but what's amazing is some think it is earth shattering! LOL!!

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    not legal in indiana, and also if you have a different broadhead for each range, that means you have to switch arrows while hunting, sounds like a joke to me, im all for new products but this is has to be the worst idea i have ever heard of.
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    I thought it was cool.. doubt i would use it in reality though, wouldnt want to have to try and grab the right arrow as my deer is moving closer...

    Would be fun to play with though.. you set it up according to your sight pins.. i think they retailed for $135 a set... too much for me to spend just to play with, but pretty cool all the same.
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