i would love to cross bow hunt, but there so expensive here in Canada 500$ plus for a starter bow and there about 1000$ for the good ones.Been shooting compounds for about 30 years. Hunted and shot a lot of 3-d tournaments. But shoulder injuries and age made me give them up 4 years ago.
Went to a crossbow for just hunting now. Barnett quad 400.
Deer season is open. Set a few times no deer sighted yet. But crops are still standing.
sounds awesome, i love hunting rabbits, would love to hunt them with a bow.I'm brand new to compound target archery and hunting. Just got a Genesis Pro for my 18th birthday, not very heavy on the draw so I'm hoping to get in some more target practice before going for squirrels and rabbits!
i know the feeling. (waiting for my fire arms licence) but here in Canada we don't need a licence to own a cross bow, (due to the fact that if it shoots under 500FPS its not a fire arm/weapon so with that logic a .177 cal air gun that shoots 501 FPS is a firearm by law but a crossbow that shoots 400FPS is not a firearm under the law i don't get it) i would also love to hunt with a bow but are seasons are like 2 months before rifle season and my whole family likes hunting with rifles. so i have no one to hunt with a bow with.I've just recently bought a longbow...have always wanted to do archery since a child, but only now begun...am looking into joining a club, so am very inexperienced...my partner wants to 'game shoot', but I am interested in targets only...personally, I would love to have a crossbow, but here in Australia you have to registered and such...