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Shoot through blind windows? #5337578 10/02/14 04:36 AM
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How many of you leave the netting up instead of take it down? A few guys on my lease do not trust it and feel it can alter the bolt/arrow.

Re: Shoot through blind windows? [Re: fishsoap] #5337583 10/02/14 04:43 AM
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I'm not gonna chance it!

Re: Shoot through blind windows? [Re: 2012hvt] #5337584 10/02/14 04:44 AM
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Originally Posted By: 2012hvt
I'm not gonna chance it!

Re: Shoot through blind windows? [Re: fishsoap] #5337589 10/02/14 04:51 AM
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i leave the net on one side for ventilation,
other than that they go in an old storage bag
for a long since gone pop up along with the
useless wire "stakes" they supply with the
blinds. may have enough to sell someday if
i keep using popups.

Re: Shoot through blind windows? [Re: fishsoap] #5337598 10/02/14 05:05 AM
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It works fine as long as you have it stretched as tight as possible.
I've shot through them with no problem at all, like a hot knife through butter.
I suggest you set up a target and shoot through it just to see for yourself. A couple of holes won't hurt a thing.

Re: Shoot through blind windows? [Re: 2012hvt] #5337762 10/02/14 12:46 PM
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Originally Posted By: 2012hvt
I'm not gonna chance it!


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Re: Shoot through blind windows? [Re: fishsoap] #5337828 10/02/14 01:25 PM
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So far I haven't had any issues with them.


Sometimes it's hard being me! But somebody has to do it.
Re: Shoot through blind windows? [Re: fishsoap] #5338223 10/02/14 04:34 PM
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Doesn't alter it a bit, shot a doe last year at 30 yards thru it, (and it wasn't streched tight) hit right where I was aiming. I shot everything thru the mesh with no issues, just make sure and use fixed blade broad heads.

Re: Shoot through blind windows? [Re: Junebug] #5338613 10/02/14 07:49 PM
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Originally Posted By: Junebug
Doesn't alter it a bit, shot a doe last year at 30 yards thru it, (and it wasn't streched tight) hit right where I was aiming. I shot everything thru the mesh with no issues, just make sure and use fixed blade broad heads.


This.

Re: Shoot through blind windows? [Re: fishsoap] #5338700 10/02/14 08:35 PM
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Thanks for all the replies.

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