Hunting Made Easy with the Garmin Xero Bow Sight

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  • Chad's avatar

    I actually just bought one last night, supposed to be at my door Friday! I am very excited about it! I find that no matter how long I have been deer hunting or how many deer I have seen I still get excited every time! Which causes me to make quick movements sometimes when trying to range them and then back to my bow! Hoping this will help me cut down movement and take some of the guess work out lol.

  • Brad's avatar

    @Chad me too 😂

  • Chad's avatar

    @Brad thats why we do it as much as we can! Not many things make my heart race and get the feeling I get while deer hunting!

  • Brad's avatar

    @Chad for sure. Another reason to use a Garmin watch- to see your heart rate 😂

  • Chad's avatar

    @Brad I watched a YouTube video on setting it up and it seemed to be pretty easy to setup. Did you find that it was easy to setup?

  • Ferg's avatar

    Am definitely getting one for the hunt over there.

  • Brad's avatar

    @Chad yeah the trickiest part is the micro adjustment at the beginning. Then the yardage setup is super easy.

  • Chad's avatar

    @Brad thanks!

  • Luke's avatar

    It sounds like an awesome idea ,but when is to much technology to much, what’s next hunting with drones?Dont even like the Idea of having to check in game with smartphones or computers. Maybe I’m just old school.Just don’t like everything going online . Being almost forced to have to keep up with technology . When I was A kid we didn’t have cell phones and you could enjoy the outdoors with a lot less interruptions!!!!

  • Brad's avatar

    @Luke totally get that but… do you use a rangefinder? It’s the same thing. It’s just a rangefinder and a sight combined.

  • Lisa's avatar

    Now that sounds like a "finally" and a "smart" product!👍🏻

  • Lisa's avatar

    @Luke Ha! I get ya Luke. I do think if a person uses sights, ya might as well ditch the range finder and save the time and movements. Back when I first started learning about archery, I saw Kevin Meacham bring a range finder up to his eye, and I was like, "what is he doing?!' I hated it. I felt like if you're going to shoot a bow, why not shoot it as primitive as one can? I just think we all are wired differently, none wrong or better than the other. This product would be something I'd want to buy for my Sis who uses sights. She would be so pumped to have it. Me, on the other hand? My bow is stripped down. But I also don't get to hunt much,and if I missed a lot...I'd probably wish I had one (but wouldn't get one😜 I'm stubborn/old school that way). *Sorry this is long, but I am female.😉

  • Bruce's avatar

    @Luke no different than all the fishing electronics. 🎣

  • Luke's avatar

    To each there own

  • Luke's avatar

    No never used range finder

  • Luke's avatar

    Still shooting old mountaineer . Believe it or not still set up from late 90s.

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