Shot Placement for American Big Game
By Craig Boddington, Laurie O’Keefe Illustrator
If a white-tailed deer is standing broadside, most hunters know where to place their shot. But how do you accurately place the shot when you’re in a treestand? This book uses field photographs highlighted with a ghost view to show the vital areas (lung, heart, spine) of all major North American game. Illustrations show the entire skeletal structure and location of the brain on dangerous game. Find a wealth of practical and useful information to prepare for hunting deer and pronghorn, predators (bears, cougar, wolves), mountain game, wild oxen, javelina and feral hog.
Hardcover, 8 1/2 x 11 inches, 215 pages.