Archery at Kokohead Range, Honolulu 6:23pm It was already twilight. But my Note 5 automatically compensated
for the darkness we were actually experiencing. Shooting 3 arrows with lighted nocks 110 yards 2014 Prime Alloy, 67#, 336 grain Victory V-6 400 arrows, 296 fps.
Bohning Mini Blazer Vanes. Nockturnal Lighted Nocks. Oops, can’t reach my arrows! Thanks, Eric Other details: Nite Hawk Archery Peep #2, Spot-Hogg Archery
Tommy Hogg 7 pin no tool adjustable front sight. Goat Tuff Equalizer Release, Vapor Trail Limb Driver Pro V arrow
rest. Trophy Ridge 9″ Static Stablilizer (front). Vapor Trail Strings and Cables, Rear stabilizers and V bar set by
pythonmachiningsewerproducts. 1st three shots completed. Looked like they hit well. Messed up on the Note 5 and didn’t record the walk 1st set of 3 shots Shooting 2nd set of 3 arrows 6:29 pm. Twilight now significantly diminished. My Note5 is great but it’s not a night vision smartphone. It’s much darker and I’m having difficulty centering my peep sight.
And I had no light on my front sight. Excuses… 1st shot was high right.. 2nd shot was bullseye. 3rd shot was high left. This is Eric’s target column at 60 yards. The center target is being
lighted by a flashlight on the ground. This is Eric’s target column at 60 yards. The center target is being
lighted by a flashlight on the ground. I watched my shots land from right to left I watched my shots land from right to left Correction: I’ll be saying it’s 120 yards. It’s actually 110. . I usually
practice from 120 yards almost all the time. Habit. Besides, Eric’s
truck was in the way. Aloha