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if you had to choose one accessory on your bow that improves your shooting most what would it be. im just curious.
feel free to state why. or add something i forgot.
 

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Perhaps this is reading too much into it, but for me it's arrows - as I would hope for most it is. I believe you are talking about an upgrade though and not the act of getting arrows to go with your bow.
Still, In my mind, the bow and the arrows are the place where the technology or simple thought should be put with regards to performance. I learned to shoot on bows without sights, and whil I am no deadeye, I can get decent consistency at a target that way.
-Erik
 

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ok yea, arrows dont need to be on here. i meant just on the bow. sorry. i put them on there just being curious, but im more concerned with the parts of the bow.
 

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All about the rest, and the general set up of the peep and knocking point to give you the center shot. If you have a lagging or noisy rest the arrow or sight don't even come into play.
 

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Greenhead Grappler said:
if you had to choose one accessory on your bow that improves your shooting most what would it be.
From your choices, it would be the rest.

The "best" archery accessory I have ever purchased? A laser rangefinder, hands down. The best archery(and rifle) "extra" I have ever spent money on! :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
 

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REDGUN said:
Greenhead Grappler said:
if you had to choose one accessory on your bow that improves your shooting most what would it be.
From your choices, it would be the rest.

The "best" archery accessory I have ever purchased? A laser rangefinder, hands down. The best archery(and rifle) "extra" I have ever spent money on! :thumbsup: :thumbsup: :thumbsup:
heres my problem with the rangefinder, i like it but i feel like ive become addicted to it.
example: last january a doe come in real fast. she was in the open so i didnt have a reference point. i guessed her at 35 yards, but i had become dependent on my rf. (even though i've hunted years without one :mad: ) so i tried to raise up my rf and range her. sure enough, it read 34 yards, but she saw me lower the range finder. once i was pegged i had no chance. had to watch her trot off.

so range any trees around you then put it in your bag. because when you see that deer, its hard not to pick up that range finder. and they'll peg you.

i love mine for rifle hunting and archery practice though.
 

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I picked arrows before I read down and saw they dont count. I would say rest then sight.
 

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How bout the mental accerssory, if you shaking like a leaf up un the tree none of that crap is going to help you.
 
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