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    String builder/ Moderator Hutch~n~Son Archery's Avatar
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    Default Laser Broad head!

    Spot - On™ Laser Broadhead. Modern laser technology meets superior broadhead design!

    Spot-On™ Laser Broadhead































    http://www.sportsmansguide.com/net/c....aspx?a=886182




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    I've heard about them. They would be illegal in my state.I believe the Northwest States. No electronic devices are allowed on a bow. If it was legal..I'm not sure I would even wanna try it to be honest. Technology is great but there's some aspects of Archery I wanna keep the same.

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    yep thats a no go in oregon as well.dont think i would use it anyhow.to fancy for my kind

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    That would also be a negative in LA. They actually ruled the new Leupold range finder illegal as well as it can project a dot on the target to sight in your bow.

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    Illegal in Ks too. Nothing that projects a forward aiming point. Also have to wonder how well it would hold up to impact. I can't see something as fragile as a laser lasting more than one shot on a game animal, and still working, let alone holding it's accuracy. It would be legal for coyotes and small game though, just not on big game here.
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    Just can't see how they can justify using it if one hit and its gone.


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