Rac-em-Bac bullet tipped arrows?

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  1. WV Hunter

    WV Hunter Die Hard Bowhunter

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    20+ yrs ago we caught some moron rednecks shooting arrows at deer out of a .410 at our farm. (Yes, this was in WV :D)
     
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    jrk_indle84 Grizzled Veteran

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    I'm goin with this, would be fun to play around with but other than that don't see a reason.

    Unless of course your hunting the Predator, ha (just got done watching that movie)
     
  3. virginiashadow

    virginiashadow Legendary Woodsman

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    Yeeeehaw! hahaha
     
  4. henson59

    henson59 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    The Rambo fan in me can't help but want a pack of these. Since I can't get explosive tipped arrows this would be the closest thing to that.

    I can already hear myself making the rattling noise as I draw back. Squirrels better look out!
     
  5. uncljohn

    uncljohn Weekend Warrior

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    guys who bowhunt for hogs know the usefulness of these. To people who don't bowhunt for hogs, its "a solution in search of a problem"....

    When you shoot a hog with a bow on the ground at 20 yards, you better make sure that thing goes down on the first shot.
     
  6. jpb813

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    So true. I do some hog hunting in south Texas, those piggies don't mess around. I like hunting em from ground blinds because I dig the rush, but I tell you, it's sure made me a better shot
     
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    trkytrack2 Weekend Warrior

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    Why? Your tracking skills are that bad?
     
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    trkytrack2 Weekend Warrior

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    As P.T. Barnum said....there's a sucker born every minute.
     
  9. NEW61375

    NEW61375 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    You wanna see some great threads? Make these bad boys legal during archery season for deer...but only off crossbows! :)

    100+ pg threads guaranteed
     
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  11. uncljohn

    uncljohn Weekend Warrior

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    I assume you're making a joke? If so, that was pretty funny. If not, I advise you to not try hog hunting from the ground with a bow unless your health and life insurance is up to date.

    because an injured hog will kill you. Plain and simple. And a hog's vitals are a bit smaller and more protected than a deer's.
     

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