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Impala shot sept 2006
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Here is a video clip from the Impala I shot last hunt;

http://cchunter.se/movie/impala.htm
 
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Well done, Christer, awesome shooting! clap


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Thanks Ann
 
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I couldn't watch it at work - the site was blocked. Just got home and watched it.

Good shooting! How did it taste? Smiler


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Great shot and thank you for letting us share the excitment. Now if you had used a recurve...
 
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Good shot Christer! Congrats. Smiler

Did you ever tell us what equipment you were using on the other thread?

Cheers,
Chris
 
Posts: 7118 | Location: The Rock (southern V.I.) | Registered: 27 February 2001Reply With Quote
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Nice shot cchunter and also nice to see the giellie suit working so well for you.
 
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I am using a Hoyt Ultratec 2000 set at 80 pounds and drawlength 31,5. Arrows Vapor 5000 with Thunderheads 125 grains. Distance was 16 meter/17 yards.

And yes the giellie suits were working great, they watched our way several times but could only see some extra branches.

The meat was great.
 
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Here comes some frames taken from the footage, I hope you like it.















 
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WHACK!!!

Nice pics and great job! That really looks like more fun than I can afford. Wink

Congratulations!


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That's one of the major attractions bowhunting with a camera on.

Frameshots are cool. Smiler
 
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Wow, I've never seen an animal react quite like that to an arrow hit. Great job.


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