Wyoming Backcountry

Wyoming backcountry. After passing serval bulls the end of the archery season was closing in. This bull we called into 30 yards. With such a steep upward angle my first shot hit him perfectly behind the front shoulder and angled up into the spine dropping the elk in his tracks. I was able to get 2 more follow up shots into the elk. The 200 grain head had buried into the spine of the bull so deep that it took a really good effort to get it out. We as hunters ask a lot out of our heads, especially with western big game. There is no doubt this head did its job and would have crushed most heads out on the market! 5 stars!!

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