I have always wanted to shoot the Gobbler Guillotines in my crossbow. I went with the 125 gr. GG so I knew I had no clearence with the stirrup on. So, I cocked the crossbow, removed the stirrup, and loaded a bolt.
I used my Block 4x4 but I box taped a folded blanket and folded old pillow on it. Then, I placed the homemade paper target. I wanted enough cushion so the blades of the GG wouldn't penetrate into my expensive Block.
I had my Exocet lined up with 100 gr. Wasps. So, I lined my scope up with 125 gr. field tips and was shooting dead nuts at 20 yards within a few shots. I decided to shoot one of my gobbler guillotines knowing that I might bend or break the blades. Well, I did bent up my blades but, I am glad I shot one. Let me tell ya, when that GG hit that target it sounded like a shotgun went off. I aimed at the circle but I actually hit about 2 inches low which is fine. I was more concerned about it going left to right more than up and down. I think it is okay if it goes up an down a fuzz, that is the kill zone ya know. Anyway, I could have pulled down a fuzz also, maybe? If it does shoot about 2 inches low at 20 yards then I guess I can aim a little higher. This shot would have done the trick at 20 yards. I'll be taking my xbow on opening day turkey season!