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I hunt almost exclusively here at home (under 10 acres), and see plenty of deer until opening day of the November season, when neighbors down in the bottoms shoot/scare them before they come up to pass through my place. I'm hoping to take advantage of more opportunities, so I recently sold a shotgun and bought this crossbow. I'm also going to get one of those single Primos shooting sticks, because I sold my first crossbow years ago due to them being too front-heavy for me to hold them up and steady.





 

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That should work, although I can never see your pictures however you host them.
 

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Bought my daughter the trigger stick and it works.But I wish I would have bought her the bipod trigger stick.
 

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Good luck with it this year Kurt.

I think @Big L said, I would have gone with the bipod trigger stick. I got the single one and with my son's crossbow, keeping it steady can be challenging.

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Thanks, everyone. I tried a bipod shooting stick once, with a rifle, and I had more trouble trying to use it. I couldn't move along with a deer, because it's too much to move. With a single one I can just lean it a bit, but with a bipod I have to lift the stick and my crutch with my left hand, while holding the gun/crossbow with my right. Even while sitting, I'd have to lift and move something with each arm at the same time. I can't physically do that. I appreciate the suggestions though. :cool:
 

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Those 2 shots would result in a dead deer. Hope you get one Kurt.
 
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