How about you JPH, since i stuck my neck out to be lopped off.
Always 20 yards was my practice distance but someone said with that site, if your on at 20, you're good to 35.
You dont need to feel guilty for being a good archer! If your confident and consitant at that distance, then I dont see anything wrong with taking a 50 yrd shot! Myself, 30 yrd's is as far as I'll shoot at an animal. With my new setup(bought in july 08), I'll shoot targets out to 60 yrd's, but passed 30 my groups get kinda ugly!ORIGINAL: allthingshunting
Completely open, no wind, no brush, no nothing....50 yards.
Usually this situation will not happen under real world conditions.
I know i am not that popular based on that answer, many on this site wouldn't shoot past 20 yards. I practice and i am very accurate to 80 yards. I feel a relaxed animal at 50 is about the max if you don't want something to go wrong more times than not.
How about you JPH, since I stuck my neck out to be lopped off.
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