DBogie59 wrote:I completed your survey but there's no way I would pay $100 for a way to find an arrow.
Jslotter wrote:I wouldnt pay $100 either. I would use that that to buy at least 4 new arrows, and maybe a case of beer. But, I never have lost an arrow, ever. I never knew anyone that has lost up to three arrows in a season either.
Jslotter wrote:My arrows tend to pass thru deer Kellory.
kellory wrote:Jslotter wrote:My arrows tend to pass thru deer Kellory.
When I use the crossbow, all my shots pass through, but when I use a bow they do not. Most of my arrows make one hole and stay inside. I am shooting #45 with mechanicals (silver strikes) I could max the bow at #55, but that makes my shots pull to the right. I draw and loose almost as one motion and At #45, it goes where I tell it. As to the tracker paying for itself with saved arrows in 1.5 years, Why? My bow has been with me for 32 years. Good gear can last a lifetime. I will still be hunting 30 years from now, so 1.5 years doesn't matter. I don't care that much about the arrow, but once I loose that arrow, I am obligated to see it through, even if a long bloodtrailing stinks up the area, and screws the rest of my hunt. to me that is ethics. If this tool helps me do that with more surity and speed with less polution of my hunting grounds, that is worth the price to me. I am not hunting for 1 deer, but several. I hunt meat not bone.
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