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    Quote Originally Posted by 2thDoc View Post
    use one less section per leg
    Wouldn't that make the footprint smaller and easier to tip over?

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    Quote Originally Posted by scoutlover View Post
    I just want to know how in the world you kept the hogs from knocking your feeder over! I have that same model and never could keep it up once the hogs found it.

    It happened ever so often with me. I just stake them down and wire them.

    It seems to be a learned behavior with smarter older hogs.

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    I used them last year killed a small bulk and is about 50 yards. Fly excellent and the same POI as field advice. I shoot about 340 fps per second from my TP Stealth.
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    Quote Originally Posted by scoutlover View Post
    Wouldn't that make the footprint smaller and easier to tip over?

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    makes the center of gravity lower, therefore harder to tip over. you can trust me or not. i dont care. well, i do...bc i'm right but you still dont have to try it.
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    I shoot Rage Hypo and have never had one issue with penetration. If your bow is set up right and you wait till the animal is in the right position penetration is not an issue. I have killed a few deer in KS and NE at 40 yards and got complete pass through on them big body suckers. I like mechanicals because they fly just like field points and no tuning is necessary,

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    Quote Originally Posted by BUCKBUSTER79 View Post
    .... and no tuning is necessary,
    I guess it's much like saying "good enough" if your deer rifle will shoot a 6" group.
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