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Re: 2010 big and small game pictorial.

Postby MOUNTER » Thu Nov 11, 2010 8:46 pm

Nice deer! Beautiful shot!!!!
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Re: 2010 big and small game pictorial.

Postby Van/TX » Sun Nov 14, 2010 1:31 pm

Small doe, Bear Grizzly, Pearson Deadhead, lots of blood :lol: ...Van

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Re: 2010 big and small game pictorial.

Postby Jim Casto Jr » Sun Nov 14, 2010 4:26 pm

Congratulations Van. I've got several of those old Deadheads, but never did kill anything with them. I've been thinking about using them "some". So... how are they? Do you think they penetrate okay?

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Re: 2010 big and small game pictorial.

Postby AMB » Sun Nov 14, 2010 11:09 pm

11-13-10
22yd shot, 40yd recovery
Stallion with a Treeshark

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Re: 2010 big and small game pictorial.

Postby Jumper » Sat Nov 20, 2010 11:56 am

Here is a buck my buddy Bob Peca just took in South Dakota with a longbow that I made for him.

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Looks like Bob is going to be doing some good eatin' this winter!
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Re: 2010 big and small game pictorial.

Postby Stone Knife » Mon Nov 22, 2010 4:53 am

AMB wrote:11-13-10
22yd shot, 40yd recovery
Stallion with a Treeshark

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Nice hole!
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Re: 2010 big and small game pictorial.

Postby Van/TX » Wed Nov 24, 2010 7:49 pm

Jim, they penetrate fine. Rated high on Dr. Ed's initial broadhead test back in the '80s ;) ...Van
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Re: 2010 big and small game pictorial.

Postby whump » Fri Nov 26, 2010 12:10 pm

Whump Sez; Whacked this spike buck Monday the 22nd. 60lb benchmark bow 5575 goldtips weighing 680gns. Double lung shot with Magnus 1, about a 10yd shot. I got a foot of dirt on the other side of the deer so adding weight the goldtips did the trick on penetration. This sucker went 90yds before giving up the ghost. Hunt safe pirates.
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Re: 2010 big and small game pictorial.

Postby Wheelie_Pete » Sun Nov 28, 2010 11:26 pm

I pick a bow depending on how I feel in the morning. One of these mornings I'll actually be carrying my recurve when game comes along, but Saturday I was carrying the tack driver. Perfect 20yrd shot, got both wings, vitals, and didn't touch the breast meat. :mrgreen: He jumped up about 3' in the air over the heads of his comrades, flopped over in mid-air, and landed dead. Wish I had it on film...

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The arrow didn't go all the way through because it hit a rock right behind the bird.

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You gotta love how a mechanical just flat destroys a bird. Exit hole of the Aftershock Gobbler. http://www.aftershockarchery.com/gobbler.aspx

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YUM!

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Re: 2010 big and small game pictorial.

Postby Wheelie_Pete » Sun Nov 28, 2010 11:27 pm

And yes, I saved the primaries. I have two full sets in the shop fridge now. I guess it's time to make a grinding jig and find a burner or chopper. :lol: (If you can't see the pictures above let me know and I'll rehost them.)
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