You are really only guaranteed one shot at your respective prey when you are using a crossbow. They are generally louder and require a lot more time to cock. It is for this reason that you MUST hit your target where you intend to hit them, or you run the risk of having them run away. You also have to be close to your target to ensure that your arrow hits its final destination. If you are shooting from a blind, or a tree stand, then it is almost surely optimal to have a
crossbow stand like a bipod or a monopod system. Ten Points patented Steddy Eddy system allows for a motion-free shooting experience. This stand can almost certainly guarantee that you will have better odds of hitting your prey.
Shoulder injuries are way too common in this sport, but some people cannot give up the thrill of taking their crossbow out in to the back country and letting their arrows fly. Thatís why this stand becomes an option; it can lessen the strain that the crossbow will have on your bodies. We also have stands like the Excalibur Crossbow Stand if you are looking for something to showcase your setup when you arenít using it.