Grey Ghost for Halloween

Grey Ghost for Halloween - “Attached is a picture of my record Kudu Bull. He will make Rowland Ward number 7 or 8, we’re just waiting for confirmation. He has become known as the "ghost of Limpopo."

I also harvested Zebra, Impala, Blue Wildebeest, Oryx, Ostrich and Bushbuck on this safari. Not one was easy, I was spending on average 14 hours day in day out in blind/bush on my own. None of them presented perfect shot and if I didn’t have your GrizzlyStik Samurai Broadheads, I wouldn't dare take the shots I did. The broadheads performed flawlessly slicing through heavy bone trouble free. Several animals dropped on the spot, and none of them went further than 20-30 yards!

Other bowhunters in camp wish they had your broadheads. One hunter had the worst trips ever, with injured animals that were never recovered because his chosen broadheads were not up to the task.” - Lale Krivacevic

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