Is there a difference between a crossbow scope and a rifle scope?
Rifles are designed to engage targets at much longer ranges than crossbows; consequently rifle scopes are designed for ranges of 100 yards and beyond while crossbow scopes are designed for short ranges of 20 to 50 yards. This is the primary reason that the scopes are not interchangeable.
Do crossbows recoil forward?
The crossbow has to recoil back toward the shooter because you are propelling the arrow forward. That part IS simple physics. IME with a reverse draw nearly parallel limb crossbow the reverse recoil is pretty much all you feel.22-Feb-2019
Will a crossbow damage a rifle scope?
There is no way a crossbow will damage a decent centerfire rifle scope.04-Apr-2008
How does the Garmin bow sight work?
How do I sight in my Garmin XERO a1i bow sight?
Can you put a laser scope on a crossbow?
What do the lines mean on a crossbow scope?
This means that the closer your crossbow shoots to this speed the closer each of the lines/dots on the scope will represent dead-on distances of 20- 30- 40-yards and so on.01-Aug-2019
Do crossbows come sighted in?
At the time of manufacture the scope that comes with your crossbow is bore-sighted at the factory. This means that you should expect your first shots with the crossbow to be capable of hitting a 6-inch circle at 20-yards prior to any windage or elevation adjustments to the scope.
Why do many hunters choose a recurve crossbow instead of a compound crossbow?
Crossbows with recurve limbs must have longer limbs and a longer barrel to provide a longer power stroke as compared to a compound crossbow. Many hunters choose the recurve crossbow because of its simplicity. It is easier to replace the string on a recurve crossbow than on a compound crossbow.
Are red dots good for crossbows?
When shooting at close or medium ranges a red dot sight is a great option for crossbow hunters. The 30MM TRADTIOL offers unlimited eye-relief a wide field of few and a compact design that are not available in magnified optics.