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orchidman wrote: »
Great result Bullsi.
Head shot deer in my experience are normally better eating/tender than lung or heart shot animals that manage to run after the shot. Should be great eating.
Zee wrote: »
Years back when I was hot and heavy into culling deer for ranches, I was all about head shots. It was quick and easy to clean up afterwards as there was no blood in the thoracic cavity.
Now days, I prefer the education I get from the terminal performance study on body shots.
bullsi1911 wrote: »
Someone asked me a while ago why I do so many headshots. Basically it's because I'm a better shooter than I am a tracker. And in this area, when a deer runs it gets into some of the nastiest brush and thorns you can imagine
Jayhawker wrote: »
Yep...anchor them right where they stand...While I don't mind tracking, I hate dragging...especially when they get tngled up down in the creek bottom...
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