Discussion in 'Shot Placement' started by AfricaHunting.com, Dec 17, 2008.
To me, you have a 12" diameter, for your perfect shot placement
an equilateral triangle of atleast 10 inches
"Aim small, miss small." Wish I knew who said that first. When I train youth hunters, I always ask them what their target size is. They always point to the vital zone and I hold up a shell casing and tell them it's the size of this bullet. It makes a huge difference in the concentration and attitude.
The lower, right-and dot in the picture is what my PH called "putting it in the crease". It's a double lung from broadside and ruins little of the meat. We shot eight animals using that guide and 100 +/- yards was the furtherest tracking. Most of the tracking was finished after 50-75 yards.
Good example to teach by K-man
This shot was 22 yards
He fell within 40
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