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Outdoor Journal: Easier Chaos One bow popular among senior hunters

Gazette outdoors columnist Ed Noonan test-fires the PSE Chaos One bow, which is easier to draw than conventional recurve or compound bows.
Gazette outdoors columnist Ed Noonan test-fires the PSE Chaos One bow, which is easier to draw than conventional recurve or compound bows.
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For years, I have listened to bowhunters, mostly senior citizens, who were struggling to draw and shoot their bows. Obviously, this group is growing, and as an advocate of crossbow hunting, especially for these individuals, I believe it would be ideal to let them continue to enjoy bowhunting during the early bowhunting season using a crossbow. Unfortunately, the recent crossbow hunting legislation that was passed does not allow these ind­ividuals to use a crossbow during ...


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deeder
July 14, 2011
9:10 a.m.

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Very nice article Ed. Good to see someone is supporting the outdoorsmen. It would be nice to see the youth of America get more involved in hunting/outdoors, and not spend so much time on the PC. It would be great for my heart to see the younger generation hunting and sharing stories about the game that got away, with some elder relative or friends.

Thanks

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