Bartlett tree expert Chris Hutton says crossbows are a waste of time.
“I think there’s a very small percentage of people that can handle the training, but most people don’t,” Hutton told TheBlaze.
“Most people are in the business to get a buck.”
Hutton has spent the past decade helping landowners secure their land and make sure their crossbows and bows can be properly trained.
But Hutton also says there are a lot of people who have the skills to do the training and that the majority of people don´t have the training.””
The training for crossbows is not very good,” he said.”
A lot of it’s just shooting at a tree and shooting in a circle and it’s not really that good.
I think a lot is just a matter of practice and that training is not there.
“He added that crossbow manufacturers don’t have a good product, and that they just sell cheap equipment that doesn’t have enough training.”
It’s just a bunch of junk that you buy for a buck,” Hutt said.
Bartlett Tree expert Hutton is not alone in his opinion.
Crossbow expert Mark Steckelman told The Blaze that a lot people don t have the proper training.
TheBlaze spoke with several other crossbow experts, and all of them said crossbows were useless for hunters.”
Bartell Tree expert Chris Steckellman said that the training is simply not good enough.””
The training is worthless, it is like a joke.”
Bartell Tree expert Chris Steckellman said that the training is simply not good enough.
“You are going to have to be really good with it and have some really good aim,” he told TheBLaze.
“I think that the bow is a good idea if you are looking to get into the sport, but it is not the best option.”
Steckells, who has done thousands of shoots, said that people should not try to do all the training at once.
“They can’t even hit a tree,” he added.
“If you want to be a professional archer, you have to get the right training.
You can’t just go out there and do everything on the fly.”