Can you believe this? video
My son, just turned 15, has out grown his bow. He has grown so much this year. When we bought this bow last summer, it was perfect. We have since changed the draw several times and maxed the poundage. He is a great shot, winning his class in most his 3d tourneys. When he asked if I would allow him to shoot this buck, I was hesitant because this type buck usually gets a pass. He has let many this size go. But because he is still a kid, I said yes because I knew his new video camera he saved for was the driving force in his wanting to shoot him. So, he practiced all week at 40 and 50 yds. He was dialed in. Saturday, I oversaw the shooting of his broadheads at this yardage. He was ready. His bow is super quiet, unrealized by the video sound, so I conceded he was ready. He texted me once he came into view where I coached him to take his time, one last time. When he texted back to say he was back after missing, him jumping the string, I told him not to try again because if he jumped the string the first time, he surely would the second. After 30 minutes of him staying around, I agreed that he should be relaxed. He took his time once more, going through his mental checklist to make the shot. His shots were right on. But his bow to slow. It was not quiet enough for a 42 yard shot. He did well filming too.