Thanks guys. You're right Paul, it is bitter-sweet.
I've been thinking about some new arrows, but I can't decide weather to stick with aluminums or go to carbons. Hardly anybody shoots aluminums anymore and you can usually pick them up cheaper than carbons.
That one arrow that I stuck the other with is my last one from the dozen my wife gave me for Christmas last year.
Heck, it's only $10. You can buy more. Trust me, 10 years from now you won't worry about the $10 when you go into your trophy room & remember how good you felt when that shot went off.
By the way, great shootin.
I've got a few, but my favorite is with Muzzy broadheads. That one was costly. I thought I was going to have to seperate them last year. Couldn't bring myself to do it. I lost 4 heads in my McKenzie turkey.
I had a RH just the other day as well. Good shoot'n. If you are in the market for new arrows, I would deffinantly consider gettting carbons this go around. You get so much more in a carbon arrow. A good carbon will stand up to a lot more than an aluminum will and will pay for itself in the long run. Plus they are lighter (which equals faster), more durable, straighter, and smaller diameter (less resistance = better penatration). Anyway, just my simple minded opinion.
Great shooting Gary:cheers: Those RH's are pretty good at the time but a bit later ya just kind of wish that you were only slappin arrows. On the bright side, I can remember how you were shooting last Sept. at the get together. Quite a difference there buddy:cheers:
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