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Discussion in 'Traditional Archery' started by Mailman, Sep 29, 2017.
Gotta love the dog in the background of the shot... haha
My issue wouldnt be with the penetration but rather the cutting diameter being less than an inch.
I guess if you do get both lungs that wouldnt matter, but those tiny points do leave little room for error.
Doubt the deer knows the difference between a 3/4 inch hole through his lungs/heart compared to a two inch hole. I'll ask that question if I get lucky enough to arrow one.
You can kill a deer with a field point if you hit it right, don't mean a person should do it. Sure dont look like there will be much of a blood trail.
No tellin how many you will wound till you actually recover one. Unless you just get lucky.
Thanks for your confidence in my tracking ability and I do plan on enjoying myself.......or I could just get a crossbow and send a bolt through a deer at 400 fps at 100 yards and really enjoy myself. FUN FUN FUN!!
What is the saying about a blind squirrel and a nut?
I had eye surgery two years ago....so I'm good.
Now where did I leave that nut?
Lets be realistic.... field point, rage, hatchet, spear, whatever.... if you back out and give the animal time you dont need much blood trail.