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    GPS BOW AND ARROW

    I am working on a group project about making a prototype of a gps bow and arrow. I am looking for feedback on whether this is considered a good idea or would not be useful in the hunting community.

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    Explain how it works.
    what goes around, comes around. (I sure do hope so)!!

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    you need to be more specific on how it works as having electronics/gps type tracking devices integrated with an arrow I believe is illegal where I hunt in Pa and most likely illegal in several other states.
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    I have no interest in even hearing an explanation.......
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    The way it would work is we would insert either a GPS in the arrow or an attachment and it would be integrated with an app or other interface so the hunter would be able to locate the arrow

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    Quote Originally Posted by combscp22 View Post
    The way it would work is we would insert either a GPS in the arrow or an attachment and it would be integrated with an app or other interface so the hunter would be able to locate the arrow
    A noble idea with the right intentions. But I think it would not go over well with most hunters. And in some states it would be illegal or become illegal. My first negative thought about it is, it may make a hunter take an unethical shot, knowing that he could find the arrow and maybe the game too. Yes, you could find your arrow but I think it could be a slippery slope.
    what goes around, comes around. (I sure do hope so)!!

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