Short Draw + Lighter Poundage vs Big Game
Short Draw + Lighter Poundage vs. Big Game = 650 GrizzlyStik System
It's important for light poundage hunters to remember, arrow speed only effects arrow trajectory and has little effect on arrow penetration.
In order to maximize your lethality, we recommend first discovering your lethal bow range. Second, build as heavy/high of an FOC arrow as you can get to fly perfectly at your lethal range.
This way, if an animal you're hunting enters your lethal zone, you know the arrow is going to deliver knock down power and result in more "big smile" moments.
Buffalo shot with a 950-grain Grizzlystik, no rifle needed. Hunting from a ground blind in South Africa a herd of buffalo came in with a nice hard bossed bull. It took a while for a shot opportunity but I double-lunged[...]Read more
George was able to take this Eland with a 65# Matthews Halon using our GrizzlyStik Momentum TDT 240 tipped a Maasai 200 Broadhead. With the Eland quartering away from him George was able to put his arrow right behind the right shoulder, the arrow then continued on busting through[...]Read more
Hi GrizzlyStik, The giraffe and buffalo were killed with a 48 lb Hoyt Satori with Velos limbs. The arrows were Momentum TDT 400 shafts with Ashby 315 broad heads. Brass weights were added to make a final arrow weight of 735 grains. They both actually took 2 arrows. The first buffalo arrow[...]Read more