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Member No.: 26
Joined: 25-February 05
Went out with my crossbow this morning to the same spot I shot the PA doe with the muzzleloader. At about 7:20 a doe came down a small hill and headed right toward me. When I got there earlier I broke the small twigs and limbs sticking down from the cedar tree I was under. That doe stopped broadside at about 20 yds and I took aim and shot. Well the one little limb that I did not break off deflected my arrow down and yep Mister Clean. At this rate I will have two more shots and then make an investment in arrows. Who said crossbows were a chip shot.