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Killed this buck back in 2007 with my old High Country Carbon 4 Runner. It was a evening hunt and after the shot and waiting 1 hour I jumped the deer and had to back out. I made the 2hr drive home that night but was back 1/2hr after sunrise. I walked straight to the deer as he only went about 75 yards from where I jumped him.

 

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Dropped my “Frankenbull” at 72 yards in New Mexico. 72lbs draw, 478 grain arrow with a 125 Annihilator. Unfortunately he ran straight to the bottom of the draw (as they always do) and gave me a helluva good workout for my pack out.
My absolute favorite rack of the bulls that I have.
 

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This bull I hunted all season before finally getting to draw on him. Took him at 65 yards with a Hoyt RX4 carbon.

That's a great bull Broz. My first elk hunt with a bow was awesome and a nightmare at the same time. I made a great shot on a nice 6x6 bull, so I thought. When I recovered my arrow I found no blades on the broadhead, I was shooting Thunderhead 100's. They had came out upon impact of course it was my own fault. For deer I would use the oring tension to align the blades with my vanes and sometimes not tightening them enough so I discovered. It was a very humbling experience and a little painful to. I actually got the whole hunt on video so I get to torment myself anytime I want.
 

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I’ve bowhunted for 26 years and don’t have any specific favorites or largest. But this was my most recent (2021). Columbia Whitetail. 30foot in a tree and a 42 yard shot. As far as Columbians go…..he’s a slob. I nicknamed him Eye Drops. C0E2BA87-DBEC-47D9-8C0E-735FFB62CEBC.jpeg

 

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