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Question by Joshua777. Uploaded on September 21, 2010
Thats a decision you will have to make. Whatever distance you can consistently keep a good group of arrows would be the limit. Using the information you provide; I would think 30 yards would be a good maximum. 50 pound draw weight will kill a deer at a reasonable distance just fine.
30 to 35 yds
The arrow itself can't kill them at any range. You have to put it on the spot. Out of a 50lb bow, it will kill them at 50 yards if you hit them right. I agree with Jay completely... a+ for him.
Jay hit it pretty good...+1
I wouldn't shoot over 30 yards
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