Originally Posted by Josh1158
Wow that is a tiny bow.
To the op, I hear ya on the left handed thing. It sucks with guns too. Its discrimination I tell ya.
I think cross bows are easier to shoot. At 15yds I can almost stack the bolts up and I know I couldnt do that with a bow.
Yeah, when I first saw one I actually laughed when the guy pulled it out of his truck. They are 22" from axle to axle at rest. My Martin compound is a good foot taller.
Size isn't everything apparently. These TNT bows can accommodate a draw of up to 100 lbs. which is more than I can handle when I expect to shoot more than one arrow.
Another advantage to the TNT bows is that they are field serviceable without the need for a bow press. If you cut a string or break a cable, you can fix it with their "Hunt Saver" kit. With one wrench you can be back in the hunt in a couple of minutes.