Sapcut wrote: “There’s a difference between making a bad shot and taking a bad shot. One is accidental; the other is irresponsible.”
I agree, but…
The light bow/arrow camp is gonna have real problems either way. Problems that most choose to ignore.
The heavy bow/arrow setup is not gonna have problems either way. That.. we all have great confidence in. And great confidence has alot to do with great shot placement among a host of other things.
Yes, confidence is key. But if someone thinks their heavy bow/arrow is going to guarantee that they’re “not going to have problems either way,” well, here’s to wishful thinking. There’s nothing wrong with overkill in equipment, but it should never be a substitute for common sense and proper judgement.