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Why Quartering-Away is Best Bowhunting Shot Angle

Why Quartering-Away is Best Bowhunting Shot Angle

In a follow-up to our video on liver shots, Dan Schmidt explains why the quartering-away shot is the best option for bowhunting. He also shows footage of this in action from his recently successful hunt in Florida. In the product of the day, we take a look at the locking feature...

Deer Anatomy: A Liver Shot on a Whitetail

Deer Anatomy: A Liver Shot on a Whitetail

You shoot a deer during the hunting season. You think your shot is a little off — gut shot, liver shot, but how can you tell? Daniel Schmidt goes into the science of deer anatomy to help you learn a little about what's inside a whitetail. Plus, SEVR Broadheads are new,...

WATCH: Deer Ducking an Arrow

Can a deer duck, dodge or otherwise avoid being hit by an arrow? This is a common topic among bowhunters, especially when bowhunting season starts. Here’s a little insight from a trail camera sequence capture by our editor-in-chief. By Daniel E. Schmidt Seasoned bowhunters often use the “deer ducked my arrow”...

Buck in fall grass

Answering Questions About Guns, Ammo, Deer and Man’s Best Friend

Discussion and debate are great things when it comes to hunting deer because with so many hunters having different experiences the different opinions and insights can sometimes lead to introspection about our previously-held ideas. The following are the results of a study by the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources into...