Carbon Express Arrows
Turkey Kill Zone
Turkey
Contributors to this thread:
Steel 02-Dec-08
swede 02-Dec-08
swede 02-Dec-08
swede 02-Dec-08
swede 02-Dec-08
Show-Me Greg 02-Dec-08
Steel 02-Dec-08
Steve Grace 17-Dec-08
nemobowhunter 17-Dec-08
Paul @ the Fort 20-Dec-08
Paul @ the Fort 20-Dec-08
Paul @ the Fort 20-Dec-08
Paul @ the Fort 20-Dec-08
From: Steel
02-Dec-08
Does anyone have good pictures for shot placement on wild turkeys with a bow at different angles?

From: swede
02-Dec-08

swede's embedded Photo
swede's embedded Photo
Maybe this will help.

From: swede
02-Dec-08

swede's embedded Photo
swede's embedded Photo

From: swede
02-Dec-08

swede's embedded Photo
swede's embedded Photo

From: swede
02-Dec-08

swede's embedded Photo
swede's embedded Photo

From: Show-Me Greg
02-Dec-08
Thanks

From: Steel
02-Dec-08
Thanks guys that is some great stuff!

From: Steve Grace
17-Dec-08
I agree with Steel, this is some great stuff. The only shot placement I disagree with is the facing strut. The yellow dot is a little low. I would recommend shooting at the waddles on the frontal strut. I think if you look at the broadside strutter, you would see that the arrow would have to be at the base of the turkeys neck to be level with the yellow dot. Steve

17-Dec-08
hit em low watch em go, hit em high watch em die...this saying is very true. A friend and I go on an annual turkey hunting trip to Nebraska and I hit one low last year. I finally recovered him but he had gone nearly 800 yards.

20-Dec-08

Paul @ the Fort's embedded Photo
Paul @ the Fort's embedded Photo

20-Dec-08

Paul @ the Fort's embedded Photo
Paul @ the Fort's embedded Photo
arrow quartered through tom

20-Dec-08

Paul @ the Fort's embedded Photo
Paul @ the Fort's embedded Photo
I like expandable BH for turkeys and the arrow usually stays in the bird.

20-Dec-08

Paul @ the Fort's embedded Photo
Paul @ the Fort's embedded Photo
Dropped in its tracks 15 yards from th blind.

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