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    Default First blood for the Nemesis

    One for the freezer. Shot him yesterday, one more tag to fill so hopefully the venison will be well stocked this year.


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    Sweet. Congrats.
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    congrats on a nice buck
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    Good going Chip
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    Thanks Gents, The bow and muzzy did a number on him. He did not go far after the shot saw him go down from my ladder stand. Seasons not over yet, so I think I will hunt with the Threshold for a doe.

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    great pic... completely pass through...can see the exist in front of the chest???

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    Quote Originally Posted by daiwateampenn View Post
    great pic... completely pass through...can see the exist in front of the chest???

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    Thanks daiwateampenn, it was a complete pass through, I guess a better description would be through the chest cavity and out the base of the neck. The exit is the dark spot on the picture.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip View Post
    Thanks daiwateampenn, it was a complete pass through, I guess a better description would be through the chest cavity and out the base of the neck. The exit is the dark spot on the picture.
    saw it as described by you....
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    Quote Originally Posted by Chip View Post
    One for the freezer. Shot him yesterday, one more tag to fill so hopefully the venison will be well stocked this year.

    Now that's a great pic! Is it my turn yet? I want one!






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    Quote Originally Posted by daiwateampenn View Post
    saw it as described by you....
    I got ya, I stand corrected. A shot exiting through the breast plate would indicate a steeper shot angle , like the deer would be under the stand. The shot I took was away so the arrow traveled the length of the chest cavity and exited out the front. I can tell you this for sure it was lights out no tracking required.

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