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    I was wondering if anyone on here uses pods. They are little thingy ma bobbers that you put behind your broad heads and its supposed to kill the deer quicker and more humanely if you dont put a good shot on a deer. I want to know if they are dangerous to humans and if they really work. Thanks in advance.


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    Giday Hunting Fool and welcometo the site and as for pods??????If you use the right broadheads you won't need them!!!I reckon there some marketers wet dream to get cash out of your pocket into his

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    Dude u really ought to try to use less ":::::". It would make your posts a lot easier to read. . And i wouldnt want a deer to suffer because nobody can put a perfect shot on one every time.


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    Really

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    Haha. I got a sense of humor too.


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    Thanks Mate and nice to meet you The other item I find works really well on small game is a thing called mongerals disposable broadheads that fit under your field tips cheap enough and work really welland no I'm not a Sales Rep for them,well not a paid one anyways LOL

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    Would you really want to eat anything that you POISONED????

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    Quote Originally Posted by Grizzly2279 View Post
    Would you really want to eat anything that you POISONED????
    Hello and and who's poisoned?????

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    I did a search on the Pods mentioned and the results said that it is a poison that you put in the pod... Did I read that wrong???

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    I finally found out. I asked my brother and he said that it is kinda like a paste that you stick on the arrow right behind the broad head and when it enters through the target and it heats up, it decintigrates and it is no longer harmful. It is only dangerous to kids about 8 years old or younger. I have no idea how it works on a 250 lb deer but not on a 250 lb human. :confused. If i find out more i will post it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Huntin_fool View Post
    I finally found out. I asked my brother and he said that it is kinda like a paste that you stick on the arrow right behind the broad head and when it enters through the target and it heats up, it decintigrates and it is no longer harmful. It is only dangerous to kids about 8 years old or younger. I have no idea how it works on a 250 lb deer but not on a 250 lb human. :confused. If i find out more i will post it.


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    I think I'll pass and stick with a 100 gr 3 blade Muzzy. Not putting a chemicaly killed deer on my family's dinner table. Guess thats just me. Good luck with that.
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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    I think I'll pass and stick with a 100 gr 3 blade Muzzy. Not putting a chemicaly killed deer on my family's dinner table. Guess thats just me. Good luck with that.
    Maybe the chemicals are ment to nutter them and not kill them

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    I have no idea. I dont use them and i never will.


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    hey hunting fool "It flies it dies" does this include the cow that jumped over the moon?????

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    Yea, i would shoot it if it turned broadside.


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