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    Everyone on the forum was a one time poster. Cut the guy some slack.
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    Many states do not allow use of crossbows during archery only seasons, for good reason. If you are planning to do so make sure they are legal in your state.
    When all the trees have been cut down, when all the animals have been hunted, when all the waters are polluted, when all the air is unsafe to breathe, only then will you discover you cannot eat money.

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    Billy, I use a crossbow and I wont apologize for it. It is legal in Oklahoma and I love mine. Its a parker thunderhawk and you can get one fully rigged for under 600$. Its accurate and very compact. I also have a parker compound and I like it as well. I hunt with whatever weapon that is legal for the season. Its all about preference of the hunter. We should support all legal methods of hunting even if we choose not to participate ourselves. Welcome to the forum.

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    ive actually been wanting to get a crossbow and use it during the any weapon season, i am glad they are not allowed during archery season here in Idaho and they shouldn't be, but would love to use one in place of rifle during any weapon season.

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    Welcome to the forum. The best is a hard question as it is quite a broad topic. In general, you get what you pay for. I would figure out what your max budget is and shoot a couple of different models and brands around that price point and go with the one you like best. If you are unsure after shooting some, narrow it down to two or three, read lots of online reviews, and then maybe get some feed back from the guys on the forum regarding your two or three options. Good luck.

 

 
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