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The Ranch Fairy
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Yep that will get it done! Too high and you spine them too far back and you get guts. Broadside is good but quartering away is IMHO the best shot to take, in behind the ribs, straight through heart and lungs, out in front of opposite shoulder, job done. If broadside it's good to wait for the closest front leg to be forward opening up more kill zone. The shot on the pig below was broadside, closest leg forward and the pig was down in 30yds. Heavy arrow, good broadhead and good shot placement equals quick clean kills on big pigs. image.jpg
 

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Jip, most all pigs, even our indigenous Warthog and Bushpig require a nice and low, on the shoulder shot.
 
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