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JP Johnson

Age:   49         Height:    6’1”      Weight:   215lbs

Years Shooting:  43

Occupation:   Project Manager/Estimator

Draw Length:   29.5

Current Equipment

Indoor Setup   

Bow:               Fanatic 3.0 in 50#

Arrows:           Easton X27 with 250grs Pro Points or Easton X23 with 160grs pro points

Fletching:        Flex Fletch FFP-418

Release:           Tru Ball HBC

Scope:             Feather Vision CR Apex Target Verde #4 Lens

Sight:               Axcel Achieve Carbon

Stabilizer:        Doinker Platinum High Mods

Rest:                Spot Hog Infinity

Bow Strings:  Death Harp

Quiver:            Easton

Optics:             Vortex

Outdoor Field and Fita Setup   

Bow:               Fanatic 3.0 in 60#

Arrows:           Easton X-10s Pro Tour 125grs Pro Point

Fletching:        Flex Fletch FFP-187

Release:           Tru Ball HBC

Scope: Feather Vision CR Apex Target Verde #4 Lens

Sight:               Axcel Achieve Carbon

Stabilizer:        Doinker Platinum High Mods

Rest:                Spot Hog Infinity Swap

Bow Strings:   Death Harp

Quiver:            Easton

Optics:             Vortex

3-d Setup

Bow:               Fanatic 3.0 in 60#

Arrows:           Easton ACC 100grs Nib Points

Fletching:        Flex Fletch FFP-187

Release:           Tru Ball HBC

Scope:             Feather Vision CR Apex Target Verde #4 Lens .19 Green Fiber

Sight:               Axcel Achieve Carbon

Stabilizer:        Doinker Platinum High Mods

Rest:                Spot Hog Infinity Swap

Bow Strings:   Death Harp

Quiver:            Easton

Optics:             Vortex

Hunting Setup

Bow:               Reign 7, and Boss

Release:           TRU Ball Rubber neck

Arrows:           Easton A/C Injexion

Broadhead:      Muzzy Trocar deep six

Vanes:             Blazer

Sight:               Black Gold Ascent 5 Pin Dovetail

Stabilizer:        Doinker Unity Hunter

Bow Strings:   Death Harp

Optics:             Vortex

 

Hobbies:         Hunting, Fishing, Archery, Hand Gun Shooting, Long Range Shooting, and anything outdoors.

Release Style: Back Tension.

Tips for hunters:  Whatever you are hunting you owe it to the animal to practice with your hunting set up in the same conditions you will be hunting in.  Also if you can spend time scouting and getting to know animal patterns, I spend more time scouting than I do hunting.

Tips for tournament archers:  If the shot is there it will go if not let down and start the shot process over.  You can’t get the arrow back once it is gone.