I performed my own little broadhead test..................on my leg! Turns out grim reapers open up very nicely. I didn't think that they were that sharp, but the 3 inch gash on my leg says otherwise. You could pull the skin off of my leg just like skinning a deer. But I didn't feel stitches were necessary. By the way, this happened 2 days ago so I'm still healing. Word of advice, be extremely careful when handling broadheads. They were designed to cut and they do just that. Acts of stupidity yield bad results.
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About 10 years ago I was bowhunting in a pine tree about 15 ft. up. Had a great evening but only saw does. Anyway I grabbed my fannypack and put it on my back and grabbed my bow and just stepped off the stand as if to walk home. forgot i was 15 ft. up. Luckily I was in a pine because I hit every limb on my way down and landed on my backside bow in hand. Got up dusted myself off and contineud my walk. Still to this day i have no idea why i just stepped off my stand. Well other than a few bruises i was very lucky. Wish I had it on video.
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Back in 98, one week before the world championship in New Zealand, I was shooting at a local shoot. The day before I had a bow stolen from my archery shop. Needless to say I was a little ticky all day. Some of the people I was shooting with were talking about the stolen bow. Listening to them and not concentraiting on what I was doing, set my scope for 55 yards and drew back on the laying down deer target. I held steady and pulled through with proper back tension. The bow exploded in my hand and suddenly I realized I never loaded an arrow.
MAN I HATE THEVES!!!
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