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Stekewood
Trad Bowhunter
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I stalked this free-ranging boar on the edge of a south-central Florida pasture, and shot him at about 20 yards. I used a Black Widow PSAV, 54#@28". The arrow was a Wensel Woodsman tipped Gold Tip 55/75 at 540 grains total weight. The arrow stopped at the far shoulder, and he went about 80 yards before piling up.

http://community.webshots.com/photo/74097235/113943994vLWRQr

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Timo
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Man Steke, I think you got them bigs hogs number? Congrats ! [thumbsup]

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Raven
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WoW!! [scared] Thats as big as a VW bug. I wish we had those here in Ohio. CONGRATS on a great hunt.......Raven [thumbsup]
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kybowhntr
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ckruse
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Man, What a WOOLY MAMMOTH! Congratulations on a great hunt. I'm going to be shooting a similar bow soon and may consult you on tuning the gold tips. Ckruse

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bohuntr
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Awesome! That thing really is a hawg!

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To me, the ultimate challenge in bowhunting is not how far away you can succesfully make a killing shot but rather how close you can get to the animal before shooting.

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Jock
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Steve,
Great lookin hog,
What make of Bowquiver is that on your Widow?

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Stekewood
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Thanks Guys!
The quiver is a Thunderhorn quiver that screws into the quiver inserts.
Steve

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Doug Campbell
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Holy Mackeral, now that is a HOG!! [thumbsup]

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