Ultimate Anatomy Organ Buck 3D target

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  1. early in

    early in Grizzled Veteran

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    Was reading the Dec/Jan issue of North American Whitetail and saw this amazing new (2014) 3D target. You shoot from the other side, and then you can see exactly where your arrow went and what it disrupted. I'm guessing it won't be cheap, but it's still a great learning tool. The only downside is you can't use broadheads.
     
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  2. jmbuckhunter

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    I know a lot of people who need this taped to the limb of their bow. It should be required to know the anatomy of the animal you are hunting. Great illustration.
     
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    TheHardWoods913 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Saw this in a magazine last weekend, looks like a pretty nice target. Great detail!
     
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    Looks great! All believers in the "void" need to purchase one.
     
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    I do think the lungs are a little big tho. I don't believe they go back as far as this shows.
     
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    Yes, the lungs do extend that far back but they taper to accommodate the liver and other organs. A shot that far back will result in a slow death as the liver will bleed out taking longer than expiration due to asphyxiation. Shots that far back in the lungs will result in death... eventually. Better be safe to aim further forward...
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    BACKSTRAPASSASSIN Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Whats it matter...youre supposed to go for the spine anyway right???;):p

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