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Terry Green
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Thanks to Tom Mussatto for compressing this clip for easy download.

I'd also like to add that I center punched the shoulder MUCLE...not the shoulder bone. The lungs were behind the shield where I hit and not bone. This shows just how far forward you can shoot a hog and go straight to the vitals boneless....if you got enough bow or the right broadhead to get through the shield.

Click Here

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Ray Hammond
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nice job, Terry!!! Great shooting, as usual.

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dang thats nuts, what bw setup did u use to take it terry?
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Great info. You always hear about the shoulder armor on hogs but until you see it, it is hard to understand just how thick they are.

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Thanks Terry,
I didn't know that shield was that hard! I guess I better step it up if I want to get through that on a big hog.

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Thanks for the video!
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Terry Green
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It was a 70# Thunderstick MOAB - and an Ace Super Express.

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Yep, the guy had petrified catcher's mitts as saddle bags.

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TradPaul
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Thanks for the tutorial Terry, for people like me with no experience with hogs, it's very valuable info.

Paul.

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[clapper] [clapper] Well done terry

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Terry Green
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No problem guys....that's what this place is here for.

That Ace is not really correct in image....its a bit longer more spear point shaped. That pic came off their website...I'll try and get a better one.

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rastaman
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Terry...thanks for the video. Hogs (or hawgs as we say below Macon), have been my nemesis til this year. i finally took my first & second so far since January. My problem had been that subconsciously i couldn't make myself shoot that far forward. Until i get a few more under my belt, i'm still not comfortable shooting them unless they have at least a slight quartering angle.
That was awesome!
Randy

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good stuff thanks for posting it
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Now that's a shield! Very cool little video Terry.

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Do all hogs have a shield that hard?

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but the diligent feed on the riches of the hunt.


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Great video, thanks for sharing Terry

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