The mushrooms were caused by the fmj arrow bouncing off frozen ground and then hitting a pipe fence 10 yards distant so:lol: maybe not fair to judge. An elk’s shouler knuckle has broken alot of set-ups and I’m thinking about Doc’s findings that a completely intact arrow systen is paramount.
I need to re-read the tapered/parallel report but it possibly was written before the skinny shafts(H.I.T.) were widely popular?? ANY field repots are appreciated aspecially since I’m out for the season with an injury so I’m here to learn!
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