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Found this on the Excalibur FB page

Pretty detailed pic of a deers anatomy

Many years ago a mentor advised me a good reference to aim is half way up the deer behind the front elbow. Over the years my aim point has become more refined to 1/3 up the deer behind the front elbow. 

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1 hour ago, hammer4reel said:

Look up Ryan Kirby . He has some of the best detailed stuff available 

I actually considered buying one of his prints and framing it. They are really cool. A nice decoration for a man cave or mount room.

https://ryankirby.com/

Here's the anatomy one:

https://ryankirby.com/products/the-anatomy-physiology-of-the-white-tailed-buck

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8 hours ago, mazzgolf said:

I actually considered buying one of his prints and framing it. They are really cool. A nice decoration for a man cave or mount room.

https://ryankirby.com/

Here's the anatomy one:

https://ryankirby.com/products/the-anatomy-physiology-of-the-white-tailed-buck

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His blood trailing sketch has tons of good reliable info on them also .

he has a decent you tube channel 

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On 6/11/2024 at 7:05 AM, Rusty said:

On a broadside deer I go straight up from the leg.   On a quartering shot I go straight up from the opposite front leg.    

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Those dots are PERFECT - you obviously know your sh#t Rusty! 
 

If broadside u enter, if quarter away you want to exit it. Quarter to - wait for it to turn is how I roll.  I know many are not that patient and get lucky with a quarter to angle but it’s generally responsible for many  gut shots and call the dog.  

Nothing spooks deer more than my stank… 

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