Over the years, my family has had quite a few unique hunting experiences. These are our stories.
By Terry Browning
My daughter Ashley is my oldest and the first to go hunting with me, starting when she was 6. She is now 31, so this story begins 25 years ago. At the age of 6, she couldn’t hold her crossbow up to her shoulder to aim. My brother-in-law worked at a machine shop and made an aluminum bracket to mount a laser pointer on her crossbow with a momentary-on switch. Ashley would simply put the laser dot on the deer and pull the trigger, shooting off her lap without ever raising the crossbow to her shoulder.
This arrangement worked so well, that she continued to shoot…