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    Shoot high and midway back thru the tenderloins and you got a non-lethal pass thru shot. I can send a pic. :-)

    Quote Originally Posted by WapitiBob View Post
    There is no dead spot between the btm of the spine and the chest cavity wall, which has the lungs stuck to it.


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    Tenderloins start after the last rib, behind the diaphragm, and go back.
    Last edited by WapitiBob; 07-14-2014 at 01:29 PM.

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    I hit a deer with my ML right bellow his spine just behind the shoulder (very close to this supposid dead spot) and it took out his spine and both lungs and he never even kicked (well not that I could see after the smoke cleared anyways).

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    Keystone 1, Over!

    " I am lost in the dust of the chase that my life brings"

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    Bullet shock is a bit more helpful than a 400 grain arrow zipping through a little further back...

    * Nice harvest Musket Man!

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    No way this is a real pic. We all know how high the lungs are in the body cavity, it's just hard to picture them because we only
    see them when the deer is upside down while we clean them out. So much tissue damage, broken ribs on both sides poking into the lungs. One really strange thing is there is no evidence of blood.

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    Ha Ha I like how u can see the snow on the other side of the deer thru the hole

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    I agree with most ... no way that photo can be real !!

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    I cant believe this thread has gotten 4 pages! We call this area the holler in the south. Yes I have put a couple arrows through this area and have never found the deer. I don't know if the pic is real or not but its too close 2 season 2 argue about! Just remember 2 aim low so we don't have 2 argue this subject anymore! Good luck to all you guys in sept and beyond!

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    I am going to cast my vote as: photo shop

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    these animals are pretty damn strong, 3 years ago my buddy shot a 5x bull and lost blood trail. the next year he and another buddy were hunting back in there and he shot a 6x6, while dressing him we found 5" of an arrow shaft with Brodhead that was in the front shoulder. it was his arrow shaft from the year before. we knew it was his because of his wraps he uses at bottom of shaft. I was dumbfounded, the entrance wound was healed up but scar tissue was crazy.

 

 

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