Oscar ReynaNope, if I wanted to shoot a gun I would. I like the fact of pulling a string back, instead of having it cocked back, wait, and shoot with minimal movement. At least i give it the chance to see me move. But what works fornyou may not work for me. Each their own.12 hours ago · 5
Mike FloorYes, I'm disabled, I can no longer pull a bow back since I broke my neck.12 hours ago · 1
Andy MitchellIf I was disabled to the point that I could not draw a bow yes. I'd much rather bow hunt than use that thing though.
It's legal so I guess whatever. I prefer the challenge. That's why I use a bow.12 hours ago · 2
Francisco TiradoNo, there is something to be said about pulling a bow back and aiming at an animal within 30 yards. Priceless!!!!!12 hours ago · 5
Jim SmithI might when I can no longer pull back my Hoyt.. Of course I am 65 now and still going strong. I have venison in the freezer right now. Hopefully I can go another 5 years at least.12 hours ago · 3