Originally Posted by BowhuntnHoosier
I was just going through my newest copy of Petersons Bowhunting
and on page 38 the Quiz question number 10.
Have any of you heard of this the device it attaches behind a hunting broadhead on the arrow shaft and speeds an animal's death with a lethal dose of strong sedative that is legal in Mississippi??????
Sounds wrong to me but that is just my opinion. I wonder if it affects the meat? Pretty soon people will be thinking if they just hit the deer the pod will do the work so arrow placement is not important which I totally disagree with.
ummm I may be a little confused but I'm pretty sure I use something similar to what your talking about.
I call it "the shaft" and its what propels the broadhead and helps it slice the **** out of the deers vital area, thus ending life before the deer realizes it has been struck.
- Currenlty the only known side affect is a messy blood trail which typically follows the animal until it falls to the ground.
- This is currently legal in all 50 states, however the Kommunist republics of Kalifornia and Northern New Jersey are considering making this illegal due to it being to effective. Rumor has it the WHA method of "darting" the deer, then taking a picture and leaving the animal to wake up on its own will replace the "archery" method
- This idea of using a lethal dose of a strong seditive is currently being investigated in our prison systems, however the cost of the alchol wipe used to steralize the point of entry has made this method of "lethal injection" very expensive. This must be the reason why we have so many idiots sitting on death row while the extremly rare alcohol wipes are acquired.