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Tru Glo Range Rover #5260335 08/18/14 11:31 PM
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Well I just bolted this thing on and took a few practice shots. Left to right is dead on, got the 20 yard dialed in. Now it's time to get a block or some other target for the longer shots. Anyone have any tips? Or just read the directions and is self explanatory? I got that and a QAD Ultrarest HD. I'm thinking I like the tight spot quiver for later but I'm happy with this Drenalin so far. It aint the newest hottest but it sure shoots good!


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You work hard all your life, do your best, raise your family....but in the end, you're just Alpo.

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Re: Tru Glo Range Rover [Re: Bullfrog] #5261820 08/19/14 07:16 PM
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Dang! That sure seems easy. I need to get a target now. That's almost too easy!


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You work hard all your life, do your best, raise your family....but in the end, you're just Alpo.

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