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    Default Video of Chris Hacker at KC Pro am indoor event

    Chris was last year winner and tied for second in a shoot of with Scott Starnes this year.

    Chris was shooting a PSE Supra at 75lbs (WOW) thats alot of weight.

    Chris on day two shot 42 Vegas x's out of 45 shots. Impressive!

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    i thought there was a weight limit of 60 pounds on indoor stuff?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Archerdad View Post
    i thought there was a weight limit of 60 pounds on indoor stuff?
    Nope no weight limit. Nathan shoots 71 lbs.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Archerdad View Post
    i thought there was a weight limit of 60 pounds on indoor stuff?
    well not for this type of tournament, which probably went by NFAA rules. NAA and FITA indoor tournaments DO limit the draw weight to a 60 pound max.

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    Yes the KC Shootout is NFAA Rules
    I'd Rather be BOWHUNTING!!!

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    ahh different sanctioning rules. duh... thanks guys

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    Not for certain but looks as if Chris has changed his form some this year, elbow not as high and appears his draw length might be just a tad longer. Might just be the camera angle, I do know he is shooting well this year. Keep up the good work Chris.

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