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TruGlo Introduces Their Line of New Titanium Broadheads

TruGlo is known for their bowhunting accessories like sights, rest and more. Now they are in the broadhead market.

Pure Instinct Hunting has more information on these state of the art broadheads.

TRUGLO, Inc. introduces the all new TitaniumX family of performance broadheads for 2017.  These mechanical and fixed-blade broadheads are available in for both compound bows and crossbows in several blade configurations.

Precision broadheads for hunters, by hunters. TITANIUM X™ broadheads are spin tested and sharpness tested to ensure ultimate performance and quick kills.  A CNC-machined titanium ferrule provides the unwavering strength and consistency needed to fly like a field point and punch through bone.  The TRU•CUT™ titanium tip slices hide and flesh immediately upon impact and the tough stainless steel blades cut a devastating wound channel for maximum blood loss and easier tracking. [Continued]

Covert Crossbow vs. Tough Wild Hog [VIDEO]

I’d never hunted with a crossbow before.

When I was given the opportunity to head south to hunt wild hogs with only a crossbow, I was all in. I practiced with the bow enough times that my bolt flew through the targets as if it was paper. Feeling confident, I packed my gear and headed south.

The 3.4 Covert from Carbon Express and the G5 Montec heads were a good combination that did their job.

Unfortunately, my aim was a little off, and I had to finish the pig off with a Buck knife.

Watch the video that my good friend Michael Cantrell from Pure Instinct Hunting put together.

Understand Where to Aim [Video]

Unfortunately, too many wounded deer are not recovered.

This happens for a number of reasons, such as poor shot selection, arrow flight, or a deer that moves at the wrong time. But one reason that’s no excuse is not knowing where to aim.
Michael Cantrell, founder of Pure Instinct Hunting, has great advice on shot placement.

Todays broadheads are made to smash through flesh and bone, but no broadhead will ever compensate for poor decision-making in the field. There are some bowhunting shots you should never take, and where to aim at a deer largely depends on the situation…[continued]

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Proper Shot Placement 101

Unfortunately, too many wounded deer are not recovered.

This happens for a number of reasons, such as poor shot selection, arrow flight, or a deer that moves at the wrong time. But one reason that’s no excuse is not knowing where to aim.

Michael Cantrell, founder of Pure Instinct Hunting, has great advice on shot placement.

Todays broadheads are made to smash through flesh and bone, but no broadhead will ever compensate for poor decision-making in the field. There are some bowhunting shots you should never take, and where to aim at a deer largely depends on the situation…[continued]

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