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Sighting in a crossbow scope [message #41591] Wed, 20 October 2010 16:02 Go to next message
RandyS82 is currently offline  RandyS82
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Hey I'm new to crossbows (and hunting for that matter) so bear with me here. lol I bought a Horton Hunter HD 175 w/ the Horton Scope that has the different yardage markers. It's not a red dot. I was wondering if there is some type of "bore sighting" method you can do on a crossbow before shooting and sighting in that way. Like I said, I'm new to crossbows and I was attempting to sight in my scope but I can't be sure the reason I was missing my spot was an error on the scope or me. Any suggestions?

-Randy
Re: Sighting in a crossbow scope [message #41594 is a reply to message #41591] Wed, 20 October 2010 18:55 Go to previous messageGo to next message
hunter01 is currently offline  hunter01
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well instead of me doing a copy & paste...... check out this website...... it will give you the info you seek...

once sighted in, get alot of practice with the scope.. I personally will only use the peep & pin combo. just a personal prefrence for me..

Rex

http://www.huntersfriend.com/products/archery/crossbows/asse mbly.html
Re: Sighting in a crossbow scope [message #41617 is a reply to message #41591] Thu, 21 October 2010 18:35 Go to previous message
RandyS82 is currently offline  RandyS82
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Ahh that helps a lot! Thanks bud!

-Randy
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