Once calibrated, arrow will hit at sight pin regardless of downhill/uphill shot, bow tilt, or wind conditions
- Set up bow sights for any number of bow/arrow combinations
- Multi-point sight
- May be used with our without peep sight
- Align pin on target using phone video with one eye
- Look past phone at target with other eye, align images from both eyes
- Built-in range finder (may be disabled for indoor lane shooting)
- Set target height, or select game size (deer, elk, turkey)
- Hands free: To find range, aim pin at bottom of target when lower button is on, then move same pin to top of target when upper button turns on.
- Video zoom (0.5x - 5x)
- Night vision (up to 3x light enhancement in shades of green, does not work in pitch dark)
- Customized pin colors, sizes, ranges, text labels, and number of pins
- Initialize standard 5-pin set with single button press
- Move pins as a group, or one by one, by touch
- Adjust video offset for multi-point sight calibration
- Set pin rotation center using built-in display grid and inclinometer
- Sight in 20 yd pin at 0 degree inclination (no tilt)
- Tilt bow 10 degrees and sight in another pin at 20 yds
- Tilt bow 20 degrees and sight in another pin at 20 yds
- Move C (center of rotation) until all 3 circles of the display grid align for these 3 pins
- Set wind speed and direction with touch
- Wind direction automatically corrected as bow sight is rotated using compass
- Set bow tilt angle (cant) for 20 mph (30 kph) cross-wind
- Typically 2 degrees, but depends on arrow speed, weight, diameter, and fletch size
- Pins automatically adjusted to account for wind
- English and metric units
- Attach phone to bow (bracket not included)
- Attach phone in vertical position (portrait) for multi-point sight
To build bracket for mounting phone to bow: Bend two metal strips at right angles using a vice (heating metal not necessary). Tape industrial velcro on the inside bend. Tape velcro to back of phone and attach to bracket in the same position as a traditional bow sight. Drill holes in bracket to attach to bow (use a 3/16" titanium drill bit for hole, and a 5/16" bit to bevel the hole). I used #10-24x1" flat head phillips zinc bolts to accommodate my quiver bracket. Counter-sink hole before drilling, put some 3-in-one oil on metal strip, then drill very slowly to keep drill bit cool. File off sharp edges, paint with acrylics, and finish with rust-oleum protective enamel. Views of bracket are included in screen shot list
- Check local hunting regulations before hunting with electronics attached to bow
Actually finding the buck is no easy matter, but also part of the joy of deer hunting. The deer seek two things: they go where there is food and where there is cover. They love alfalfa and acorns. If you see these, that buck may be close by. Deer also incline towards dense woodlots where they can make their escape if needs be. Look where the brush is thick. Aerial photos and maps give you a good view of the valleys and ridge tops. Look at these to zero in on that buck.
Look for mature woods, at their edges, where new woods are starting to grow. Look for hills, where they slope into valleys. Avoid forests with overbearing canopies, since these prevent the growth of brush the deer depends on for cover. Scout, looking for pellets (droppings), for hair scraped or rubbed on brush, for impressions in the grass where they may have bedded, and, of course, for hoof prints. Don't over-hunt an area: deer learn to avoid permanent stands within a year. By four, four and a half years of life, bucks seem to remember others being shot.
Deer hunting, especially a mature buck, means getting to know the buck. They defy all expectations, so you may have to stalk them several times. Mature bucks don't run, not even at the crack of gunfire. They hide. Oh, they may appear often enough, traveling with the wind even, but hiders, that buck could be right next to you, and unless you can smell it, you wouldn't know.
The visible ones, however, are the ones that are most often tagged. You may have to track the same buck for several days before you finally catch him. Deer hunting is no slacker's game.
Remember, a mature buck shows intelligence. They know their terrain, probably better than you ever will. Each is different, so don't rely on typical patterns. Young buck are always more visible than the mature ones. The mature ones are smart, and you, deer hunter, have to think of them as individuals. Whatever you do, when deer hunting, don't let them know you're there.
Here is some of what you will find inside the hunting guide app:
Whitetail Deer Hunting For Beginners...
Turkey Hunting Secrets...
Learn About Essential Turkey Hunting Equipment...
Hunting Deer with a Bow for Beginners...
A Few Hints for Turkey Hunters...
Basic Turkey Hunting Tips...
Bow Hunting Wild Turkey...
How To Choose Your Hunting Rifle...
The Secret to Fruitful Turkey Hunting...
Tips For Efficient Coyote Hunting...
So, go ahead and grab your free hunting guide app now.
HuntIT ™ is a dual-purpose application, which allows the dedicated hunter to select treestand placement based on the forecasted wind direction. Once the stand location is selected from the hunter’s pre-loaded database of stands the SAFETY TEXT feature can then be utilized. By hitting the SAFETY TEXT button your significant other and/or hunting partner(s) are instantly sent a text message detailing your exact hunting location.
Features 3 Categories:
-Guns & Ammo
Each list is simple and very easy to use, also crosses off your items when you have packed or completed them.
Contact us with an ideas for new categories we can add and give us feedback on how we can make this app better!!!
Keywords: Hunting, Hunting Checklist, Hunting Planner, Checklist, Planner, Snapstorm, snapstorm, check, list, trip, Hunting Trip
Forecast and check current wind conditions in the Pacific Northwest. More parts of the country (and the world) coming soon!
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The "start" button launches countdown. The program produces sound beeps, vibrating signals. Countdown digits are shown on the display. The countdown helps to cross the start line on a full speed in the right moment.
The program displays current, average and maximum speeds, direction, location coordinates, passed time and distance. All this data displayed after the countdown is completed. The "stop" button switches program to its initial state and displays the report (time, distance, max and avg speeds).
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