Re: NEW WITH CROSSBOW
Well if you are asking if the physics changes from flat ground to treestand height to make the arrow fly differently the the answer is yes, but at the same time the amount it changes is minimum. The change can be found by using a^2+b^2=c^2. If you are asking about the angle of the arrow going through the deer since you are in a treestand, that also depends on the distance of the deer. I always try to aim mid height to the opposite "arm pit" (right behind the shoulder) of the deer. This way is about 95% sucessful in putting the arrow through both lungs. There are some good websites out there to pratice shot placement if you do some searching on google.