> "weak" bow, 40 pounds is plenty to reach 100 feet. Use an
> aluminum, fiberglas or carbon fiber arrow (a real "good" one)
Pretty similar to what I use. I have a 35lb pull fiberglass recurve bow.
I've used slingshots, but I'm much more accurate with the bow. I got pretty
good at one time putting an arrow through the top rung of my 40' tower:-)
I know, climbing would have been much easier, but I can't seem to make
myself go more than about 15' up!
Planning to launch a few wires here soon, just trying to figure out how to
configure them to stay away from the darn power lines...
Dan Evans N9RLA
444 Lynhurst dr.
Scottsburg, IN 47170
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