I agree, some people like to 3D shoot too and not just used for hunting. I target shoot a lot so it's not just for hunting for me. I seem to find something else I need more that's crazy expensive. I bought a Volcon Grunt last summer and just got it in March, $5,900.00 that set me back. People thought that was a crazy waste of money but I love the damn thing lol. My Deer hunting addiction is a money hog.If you can afford it and want it, go for it. There are lots of things that people spend their money on that I don't get, but that goes both ways.
I am a computer nut. I have it under control these days, but back in the mid 1990s I paid a heavy surcharge for being an "early adopter" for all sorts of things. But hey - the latest and greatest comes with a price.I would too. There is a sweet spot between a new product and the years after they work to produce it for lower cost.
For a 57-year-old that has had 11 major surgeries, and having the right shoulder reconstructed twice with the next step a replacement surgery and the left shoulder reconstructed once. I was forced from Compound bow hunting to the crossbow world. I have been using two old Horton Express Crossbows I can't get parts for any longer, so this maybe my next investment to stay out during bow season on my farm.
So glad to hear that. I, thought I was the only one that felt that way. Nothing wrong with equepment like that.A few years ago, I bought a SA Sports crossbow on Amazon for about $220. It shoots 260 fps. Guess what? It works! I've killed deer with it no problems whatsoever!