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    Quote Originally Posted by Roundball View Post
    They should be for people with disabilities!
    I knew somebody would go off topic with this post.

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    I have a ten point crossbow. The wife enjoys to shoot it and let some friends kids shoot (8 on up to 12). Puts a smile on everyone?s face!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Roundball View Post
    They should be for people with disabilities!
    I like my inline muzzleloader too! Sabots and 200yds and a scope.


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    I would recommend the Centerpoint Sniper 370. I researched the heck out of crossbows for my son last year and this bow is definitely is alot of bang for the buck. Decent scope and adjustable stock. Read the reviews on the amazon. Google search "crossbow reviews" or "best crossbows list" and this bow is almost always on the list. $238 on Amazon, can't beat it.

    https://www.amazon.com/CenterPoint-S...int+sniper+370

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    Quote Originally Posted by Team Kabob View Post
    I like my inline muzzleloader too! Sabots and 200yds and a scope.


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    What!?!? Get a rope...
    For many hunters the stigma of being unsuccessful has become so unbearable that the satisfaction of the hunt itself has become lost...

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    i would suggest Excalibur. they are good.

 

 
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