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    I read the rules but not sure I understand. What class would a person, over 65, compound bow w/ red dot type sights be in.? 3D, targety, field. events.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aligator View Post
    I read the rules but not sure I understand. What class would a person, over 65, compound bow w/ red dot type sights be in.? 3D, targety, field. events.

    What size stabilizer and is your sight moveable?

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    I have a Oneida Pro Eagle w/ pollington red dot sight, I sight it in at 30 yards(one dot) and don';t see where you would move it in round, although they do make a mount that you could move the sight up or down to marks on the mount. I don't have a stabilizer yet, A club member is going to let me try a few this week-end. If I sound new at this, I am.
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    Quote Originally Posted by aligator View Post
    I have a Oneida Pro Eagle w/ pollington red dot sight, I sight it in at 30 yards(one dot) and don';t see where you would move it in round, although they do make a mount that you could move the sight up or down to marks on the mount. I don't have a stabilizer yet, A club member is going to let me try a few this week-end. If I sound new at this, I am.
    depending on what sanction you could be in snior hunter class or in ASA rules your in hunter till you keel over. Unless your new then you could shoot bow novice. which is 30 yds. but hunter is 40yds. And I'm not sure I'd shoot that for field. You'll want to move a long stabilzer and a powered scope. I dont know if your pollington is powered? Depending on what field shoots you are doing. You could shoot out to 90meters. which is real tuff w/ hunter setup..
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