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  1. 5H1F7Y's Avatar
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    Common Animal Anatomy

    I happened to stumble across a heap of images which I hope will help the novice/beginner archer, and maybe reinforce what a great many of us already know. The images are from a page aimed @ African game as you will see in the watermarks and URL's but there are some species that we have here. If anyone has any more of similar quality feel free to add any to this post.

    Firstly is a very basic image that shows entry/exit angles, it is not of the african game forum but another picture i stumbled across.
    Deer.jpg

    Fallow.jpg

    Fox.jpg

    Pig.jpg

    Red.jpg

    Drawing a line from the rearward end of the scapula to the elbow joint is what most hunters would consider the "triangle".

    Hope it helps the new and old alike.

    Cheers
    Schafer Silvertip Recurve 65#
  2. Hyndsie's Avatar
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    I've always used this one...
    Don't make excuses, Live life to the fullest

    Hunt hard and often...


    Hoyt CRX35 @ 72#
    Easton N-Fused
    Helix Broadheads, Slick Trick Broadheads
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    Good bit of info shifty mate, cheers for taking the time, anyone huntin pigs for the first time take a good hard look at the placement of a pigs heart compared to the deer (or goat etc).
    So many blokes hitting a pig for the first time and always hit too far back in the chest and end up losing it in the scrub.
    Happy huntin lads

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