So we should aim for the dominant nut? Or the off-side nut?It’s not as simple as primary and secondary lungs, it’s more of a dominant/non dominant lungs.
If you pay attention when they are close, a trained eye can figure out if your hitlist doe is left or right lunged.
If you are a rookie and can’t tell for sure, it’s best to not take any chances and shoot ‘em in the face, since they usually only have one face.
bucks are much easier to tell, especially if they are quartered away, one but will hang a little lower than the other, so let’s say the left nut is the lower hanging fruit, it’s also going to be a left lung dominant buck, since doe nuts are smaller and harder to see, it’s not as reliable, but they all have a face… a face that’s begging for a broadhead.