Broadheads and bloodtrails

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  1. justinwmoe88

    justinwmoe88 Weekend Warrior

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    Wanted to start a thread where people could show a picture of the blood trail left and the broadhead used to cut it.
     
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    justinwmoe88 Weekend Warrior

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    100gr NAP Spitfire
    Double lung and clipped the heart.
     

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    I am wondering what you think it would show or prove? I mean you can two identical heads and vary the shot placement by 4 inches and the blood trials will be polar opposite.
     
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    JasonOhio2018 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I think a pattern would show itself over time with enough entries.
     
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    justinwmoe88 Weekend Warrior

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    Just something to post. Sorry wasn’t trying to start a scientific study. Obviously it all depends on what you hit...
     
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    I suppose your the type of guy that has to always be proving something. With all the arteries and differing shot angles and all the variables that take place during a shot on a wild animal it should be obvious that you couldnt pattern any real results, I just thought it would be a fun thread.
     
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    I know it wasn't a pretty shot but she was at like 12 yards and she had me pegged and ducked my string. I was using a 100gr rage. And it was actually a Chinese knockoff rage that a guy at work gave me to shoot a doe with just to see how they work. Cut the spine clean in half and through 1 lung. 20191009_172106.jpg 20191009_173459.jpg 20191009_173455.jpg 20191009_194937.jpg

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    Whoa!! CUT ER IN HALF !! Lol
     
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    Sota Legendary Woodsman

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    I used to support using a mechanical but using a knock off to shoot a doe, because if you fail no big loss right? Not preaching and you did recover the deer but that shot was a disaster. When a deer has you pegged and she is that close not much good will come out of that shot, sometimes you have to let them pass.
     
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    I’ll play. Muzzy 100 grain 3 blade. 2E37B76D-629B-4C62-915B-6C4238452AB7.jpeg
     
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