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Keep in mind you'll need enough arrow overhang for the collar to sleeve back over the arrow and still clear the rest.
Not sure what brand you're...
Head and neck shots work great until they don't and then it's a real bad deal.
A rifle may anchor them quicker than the bow but shoot them...
At some point whitetails have evolved so that their shoulder covers the entire vitals and you're not getting in there with out 100gr brass inserts...
Out of business.
Great stands just wish they made a smaller version.
This seems to be much more accurate than tooth wear aging.
I just bought the $50 academy slicer and was very suprised. Mostly metal parts and decently heavy. I sliced up about 12 lbs of mostly frozen ham...
Your 2315's are a .340 spine and weigh 11.8 grains per inch of arrow length.
Easton or Beman 340's would be the same stiffness and weights would...
They sold already.
Pretty sure I have a buddy that has some for sale around Shepherdsville .
There's a podcast series where those 2 debate scent control strategies. Dan makes some good points and John comes across as a shill for scent lok.
And many WT outfitters prefer mechanicals. They flat work on deer and are superior to fixed blades in some ways.
Lots of variables and no set...
Most are very dependable if you've got the energy to shove them through. Wasp jak hammers, grim reapers and rage have all worked well for me.
If the pods are busting open and the hairs are dry and float easily you're good to go!
Pods are there now but it seems like they're not dry until September or October.