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Old 10-03-2010, 06:02 PM   #11 (permalink)
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What a hole! what kind of broadheads are you using?
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I have a friend who once taught the hunting classes required for VA. He had a demonstration where he used a 6 x 6 inch square wire frame and he used several dozen rubber bands to create a checkerboard pattern on the wire frame.

He explained that veins and arteries were much like rubber bands, very pliable. He'd then take a dull broadhead and stick it through the rubberbands, and one or 2 might break. Then he'd take a sharp one and stick it through the rubberbands and they would just fly, as you might expect.

He said one girl in a class had to leave the room holding her mouth. I guess the visual was a bit too much.

In any case, bullets tend to kill by shock. Arrows by rapid blood loss.

I don't get off on the actually killing of animals, so I want to make sure every kill is fast and clean.
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Old 10-03-2010, 07:06 PM   #13 (permalink)
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...In any case, bullets tend to kill by shock. Arrows by rapid blood loss.

I don't get off on the actually killing of animals, so I want to make sure every kill is fast and clean.
Amen. I do not reuse broadheads for the same reason.
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Old 10-07-2010, 12:41 AM   #14 (permalink)
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Well I've been on here for a few days now reading the posts. I just bought a 1997 Honda Fourtrax 200 for the wife and been looking for info. Thought this would be a good spot to say hello to everyone and show off the Antelope I shot in August. About 120lbs and just under 15 inches. Scored out at 73 points! Just over 250 yards shot!Click the image to open in full size.

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Welcome to the forums. Nice Antelope, I have heard that they are the best tasting vinison. Did he have nice cutters?
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Thanks. Antelope is a great meat and this one sure is tasty Not sure if I know what you mean by cutters?
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LOL It's getting late! I feel stupid now! Yes he had some nice cutters. I should have got a side photo.
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And, again, what are cutters?

ADDED: Nevermind. I googled it.
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Cutters are protrusions off the back of the horns, they play into the scoring of an antelope. Like jd said, if he had taken a side photo you would be able to see what I am talking about. But hey, I've tried them every imaginable way, fried, baked, grilled, even saut'ed and you just can't eat the horns. LOL
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Nice looking goat! One day I will take one with my bow...bear first though.
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