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    Try to shoot once a week. When forced indoors its from an upstairs room, through half a stairway across the garage for a total of 12y.

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    Speed is the last thing on a bow I worry about...no bow will ever be faster than the speed of sound...therefore I want the quietest set up possible...but I am a 30" draw...so I get all of the speed out of my bow...last year was hunt with a 495 gr arrow at 287 fps! KE and low noise!

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    I have a shop under my garage. So, I open the shop door, then open the utility room door and go to the other end of the basement. With my back to the basement wall to the end of my shop wall, I got 20 yards. The tricky part is that I have to shoot between the cold air returns on the furnace - about 6 inches. I guess it simulates shooting between trees!! My son who is 12 shoots with me also. No holes in the duct work yet, but we do have duct tape ready,

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    I can shoot 22 yards inside my shop and I shoot into my barn from a number of different distances. I figure now that we have more snow I'll try shooting with snowshoes on. That will let me get any distance I want.

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    My 4 year old made me shoot from 50 tonight...group was great for shooting in the dark!...He likes it because I shoot from the road!

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    I shoot in my garage at night and only shoot from a few feet away and practice consitency and form.

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    I shoot in my basement at 7 yds and concentrate on form.

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    I shoot at the local archery shop doing leagues once a week, and then at our clubs outdoor range or in my yard when weather permits..
    I hope one day when I upgrade house/property I will have or will build a shop that I can shoot at least 20 yards indoors.

    First 3-D shoot of the year is tomorrow though, Super Bowl Shoot!!

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    We just got a new house so I will be able to shoot out to 30yds in the backyard. No more having to travel to shoot my bow unless I want to shoot longer distance. I have also been known to shoot in the house when the wife isn't looking. It's going to be a little hard shooting inside the house now. My three year old daughter has a bad habbit of selling me out when I do somthing my wife doesn't like! Lol

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    Did my usual hike with a 50 lb pack tonight and decided to shoot with it still on after I was done hiking. I can shoot out to 25 yards in the back yard. I was pretty surprised on how good my groups were with the pack still on.

 

 

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