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

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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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    Did you notice at the 1 minute mark, when they are pulling the broadhead out of the sheep that at least one blade, if not two are missing? Not to mention how packed with crap the "hollow point" where the laser sits is? Looks to me like more of a headache than a help.
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    I'll stick with my T3s :P

    It's an interesting concept - but how accurate is the laser as far as distance is concerned?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ehunter View Post
    Did you notice at the 1 minute mark, when they are pulling the broadhead out of the sheep that at least one blade, if not two are missing? Not to mention how packed with crap the "hollow point" where the laser sits is? Looks to me like more of a headache than a help.
    Not a good video Huh!




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