Interesting paragraph from an “Ashby” publication (Available at the AshbyBowhunting.org (https://static1.squarespace.com/sta...019+Terminal+Arrow+Performance+Update.pdf)The
“preponderance of actual complete-passthrough hunting shots on buffalo have occurred with compound bows having draw-weights from 65 to 70 pounds. Exactly why, when using directly comparable arrow-system setups, compound bows in the 65 to 70 pound draw-weight range are yielding a much higher rate (percentage) of passthrough shots on hunted buffalo than are the compound bows having higher draw weights remains, at this time, an unknown, though I do have a suspicion why. Nonetheless, this outcome data from hunted buffalo is clearly present, and at a significant level. This is an item that warrants further testing.”
Is this an "i know something you don't know na na na" type of quote.
he's leaving us on pins an needles waiting for him to come back with words of wisdom.