I would want it but only as a toy.
I was thinking the same thing, although my opinion may change after some experience with it. It appears to be less cumbersome that a regular bow or crossbow, after over 30 years of experience shooting from small , or sometimes confined/limited spaces, i can appreciate it’s maneuverability
What I really want is to learn how to use and be very good at using a good ole fashioned long bow.
Practice!! Lots of it!
If/when we buy that property I plan on it!!
No, I suck at anything that shoots a stick.
Not if I had to pay for one. No.
Now, if they were handing out free samples as well as a way to recharge the air cylinder. Sure! Be fun to play with.
I learned to shoot a recurve bow some years ago and keep at it for exercise and sport.
I would buy one, my ex could could keep the air tank up to maximum pressure
It’s kind of pricey.
About $400 depending on the source.
I think I know her…