I mouth squeaked this coyote in to under 10 yards. It came into an area I didn’t have a shooting lane. I thought what the heck and launched the arrow. Well I hit a limb that threw the arrow off course. I never thought this would be the result but since it’s been a while since I’ve seen anything archery related I thought I would share.
Last Edit: Jul 13, 2018 18:36:57 GMT -5 by joelmoney
Head is 325grs brass insert and aluminum footed. Shooting 4” Duravanes the shaft is actually 1 carbon inside another. I shoot a crossbow due to a shoulder injury and theses arrows quiet the x-bow down considerably. My last 5 deer combined have not traveled 200 yards from impact to recovery and 1 made it 100 yards. Most recovery’s are measured in feet.
The arrow and head weight in about 800grs. Last fall I was able to deliberately shoot threw both humerus bones of a doe. The broadhead cleared the skin on the far side but the arrow remained in the animal. I feel not a bone in a whitail can stop this setup. The reason I use it is confidence.
I think it’s plenty flat all I use on big game is center crosshairs, but I don’t shoot big game with archery equipment over 20 yards. To me big game and archery is when I find out how good of a hunter I am. My hunting partner bet I could not hit a bunny at just under 50 yards. It tasted good and I do practice further than that.
O it was facing me and presented a small target.
Last Edit: Jul 16, 2018 15:44:17 GMT -5 by joelmoney