Do recurve crossbows last longer?
Reliability: Because of their simple design recurve crossbows are much more reliable. Serious archers and frequent bowhunters may take thousands of shots over the life of their crossbow and this can lead to wear and tear.
Can you use regular broadheads on crossbow bolts?
Regular broadheads will work just fine with a crossbow. The only thing to consider is arrow speed. Because crossbows can often shoot faster than a compound you may struggle to create consistent groups using broadheads with large fixed blades.29-Jun-2017
Can I use compound bow broadheads on a crossbow?
Compound bow broadheads or just any regular broadheads can be used in place of crossbow broadheads. You should always look for your needs and requirement while using a broadhead any type of broadhead you can shoot properly with your compound bow is going to work fine with a crossbow as well.19-Apr-2021
Do broadheads need to be aligned with Fletching?
Registered. no it will not make a difference.27-Sept-2010
How do you get broadheads to fly like field points?
Why cant I get my broadheads sharp?
It’s because it takes a very thin blade to get sharp enough to effectively shave hair. Your broadhead blades aren’t thin enough for that to happen. Get them sharp and put them in the vitals and they’ll kill.07-Jan-2015
What is best crossbow scope?
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Can you zoom with a crossbow scope?
The Oracle X Rangefinding Crossbow Scope’s generous 2-7X variable range allows you to zoom in and out for far and near targets and features magnification compensation so your aiming point remains accurate when changing magnification.09-Aug-2021
Can I use a regular scope on a crossbow?
Yes you can put a riflescope on a crossbow. There is some risk that it won’t hold up to the severe ‘forward’ recoil (opposite that of a rifle) that a crossbow thrusts into a scope but still many have been doing it for years.29-Sept-2011