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N.V. Bow 99.9% Complete #2910324 01/08/12 08:58 PM
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The monocular and the UTG Laser is mounted on a "Messer Optics" Mount I got on ebay for roughly 19.99 a piece.

The Yukon MPR Recorder is attached to a Hindsight that Bow Sight that I reversed. I simply strapped it on with some rubber bands.



The UTG Laser is set for 25 yards. How flat this bow shoots with the tanky arrows I shoot. I really plan on not using my laser at all on hogs but on varmints. So how so I aim? I visually know where the red laser aims at night just by practicing a lot. I've thought about putting a dot on the screen as my Yukon MPR Recorder (it still has the screen protector on it) but if a black hog shows up I will not be able to even see the hog dot. So I've just been practicing knowing where dead center is on my screen.



I also have a Maurader flashlight with the White, Green, and Red options. Varmints don't seem to mind the flashlight at all.

I had a Trophy Ridge drop away rest but am going to get a full containment rest just because stalking around at night I don't wanna keep my finger on the arrow.

I am going to start feeding 2 particular places on a property. Haven't been seeing too many hogs but can't wait to launch my 175 gr broadhead in the chest of a hog or coon!!!


Re: N.V. Bow 99.9% Complete [Re: ZenArchery] #2912416 01/09/12 03:06 PM
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Very elaborate, expensive, and cool, but how much more successful do you believe it will be compared to the various versions of a bow light for night hunting? I'd enjoy some videos of this set up in action to get a better mental image of it efficiency. Hurry and go stick a hog smile


Re: N.V. Bow 99.9% Complete [Re: JThoele] #2912468 01/09/12 03:23 PM
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Looking good..


Re: N.V. Bow 99.9% Complete [Re: JThoele] #2913107 01/09/12 06:07 PM
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Originally Posted By: JThoele
Very elaborate, expensive, and cool, but how much more successful do you believe it will be compared to the various versions of a bow light for night hunting? I'd enjoy some videos of this set up in action to get a better mental image of it efficiency. Hurry and go stick a hog smile


patience hahahaha....
light versus no light. im going no light. ive experienced the younger unexperienced ones never really react to light. but once they notice their sibling dying under a light they become educated and shy.

if they have nothing to familiarize themselves to they stay uneducated. just wondering what the heck just happened...


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