I like to strike up conversations with anyone who likes to hunt. I always find it very comical that every few people that I talk to are bow hunters who used to despise crossbows--until they got hurt. Now they are some of the biggest advocates for their inclusion. The fact of the matter is that if you are drawing a 70 pound compound bow for your entire life, then you might just develop some discomfort in your shoulder--I know that I get some discomfort now from time to time. It gets so bad, that at the worst point, I would writhe in pain trying to hold my compound bow at full draw.
Personally, I have never been one to look down upon rifle hunters, compound bow hunters, etc. because I feel that the love for hunting does not change with the weapon that you are using. If you have chosen to hunt it is probably because you enjoy it. Who am I to tell you that the method that you are using to hunt is wrong? I think that taking an ill-advised shot is wrong, but shooting it with a particular weapon is not.
I chose to get my Excalibur crossbow for sale
because I wouldn't let some discomfort keep me from hitting the field. As long as you practice diligently before you shoot so that you don't make the animal suffer, you are okay in my book. There are many strongly held opinion holders out there that will try to discredit the use of crossbows, but I urge readers to take every opinion with a grain of salt, because the day might come when you too will need to use a crossbow.
I understand the side that wants to keep the sport as traditional as possible. I can also personally empathize with the side that wants the bow hunting industry to universally accept them. I can tell you that crossbows have allowed me to continue to hit the field, and participate in the sport that I hold so closely to my heart. If you are searching for an Excalibur crossbow for sale
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