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Win A New TenPoint Crossbow!

by John Geiger   |  March 9th, 2012 12

Email us a photo of you and your crossbow. Tell us why you love crossbow hunting and you might win a new TenPoint Crossbow.

No gimmicks. No tricks. It’s true…you have a shot at carrying a new state-of-the-art crossbow into the woods this season.

Your entry allows us to share your photo with other hunters through our website or in our magazines.

Let’s hear from you!

Email entries and questions to john.geiger@imoutdoors.com.

  • E. Shelton Young

    Don't have a crossbow..so no picture…yet. Hunted/competed w/bow@arrow 40+ years. Shoulder replacement (and another coming) took care of that so now waiting to get into crossbow hunting…also waiting for the money to buy one!!!!!

  • garry upton

    would love to win a crossbow

  • Art gronkowski

    Want to start hunting with a crossbow, but the wife says no, sent a pic of a buck my brother took last october. I had a chane at a bigger buck from the same stand the following week but it was just out of range for my bow . I think i could of taken him if i had a tenpoint.
    Thanks, Art
    [IMG ]http://i1236.photobucket.com/albums/ff451/agronk/DSCF1117.jpg[/IMG]

  • Art Gronkowski

    Here's another pick of the same buck.
    Thanks, Art
    [IMG ]http://i1236.photobucket.com/albums/ff451/agronk/DSCF1120.jpg[/IMG]

  • JOHN YEOMANS

    DEAR SIR,
    I HAVE NO CROSSBOW AT THIS TIME,BUT I WANT TO GET ONE, MY WIFE IS SICK AT THIS TIME,SO MONEY IS ALITTLE TIGHT. I HAVE BEEN HUNTING OVER SIXTY YEARS FROM UPLAND,DUCKS,& DEER.WHEN I GET ONE MY HUNTING WILL BE GREATLY EXPANDED. THANK YOU JOHN

  • Ed Gorecki

    I dont own a crossbow and have no pictures but I would love to use on. Ive been deer hunting for nearly 40 years and I think it would be a real thrill to get one with a crossbow since it is now legal to use one in my state

  • Alan Klipfel

    First I would like to say that I have been using a TEN POINT Turbo for years and it has always performed very well it is getting older like me I am disabled both my shoulders have had multiple surgeries torn rotator cuffs and took a lot of theropy before I was able to use my old turbo with the ten point accu draw system which performed perfect ever time I used it . I have killed a few deer and groundhogs with my Turbo. I am getting close to 60 years . I live in Missouri and crossbows have been legal for a long time with a disability from your doctor. I would like to be considered for a new TEN POINT crossbow they are the best there is!!!!!

  • Cliff Keller

    I have read the comments and my story is no different, except thatI hunt with a recurve or did. To much damage to shoulders from working like everyone else. Recurve hunters have ti harder as draw time is so much shorter due to compounds that reduce dra wieght. It is a time honored way fo hunting. But the rub is when we get older things just dont wrk the way we think they should. I was told if wanted to hunt i would have to go to a cross bow but like most can not afford one. Thanks for reading and i would like to be considered as well.

  • Gear_Editor

    Thanks everyone who e-mailed and posted comments here. Editors will decide who win the crossbow, and will contact you here or via e-mail. Good luck, and keep hunting!

  • Debra Andrysiak

    When is the deadline for the crossbow? GOODLUCK to all!!!

  • Scott Hall

    I don't own a crossbow but I would love to win this one. I am disabled and in a wheelchair and cannot pull back a compound bow. Winning this crossbow would extend my hunting season by at least a month and a half, Thanks to the editors for making it available.

  • Gear_Editor

    Thanks to all who participated in this promotion. The winner is Billy Pryor of Carroll, Iowa, for his essay "His Way of Life." Congratulations Billy! Good hunting! John Geiger, editor

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