Originally posted by Pipewrench:
</font><blockquote>quote:</font><hr />Originally posted by Melissa:
<font color="Purple" c>Being I live in New York but have no clue as to what "handicap use" of a cross bow means, would you please explain it to me? </font c> [/QB]</font>[/quote]Hi, Here in NY the disabled are not allowed to use the crossbow except for if they are severely disabled. And we are trying to change the law so it allows those who cannot use a conventional bow, the option of using the crossbow. As of now they are allowed the modified bow which is fine for some. But for others it's not an option. It is too bulky and hard to safely maneuver. The crossbow would alleviate that problem and allow those who cannot use the modified bow the option of another implement. It would get them out in the woods.
This is the ultimate goal. To get those who desire the sport the equipment they need to get out there.
Blind copy me on your e-mail list (my e-mail addy is listed in my profile) and I'll be happy to contact my Reps. A form letter would help if you happen to have something I can just fill out and send off. Has your group been to Albany?