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Arrow Momentum: The Real Killer in Bowhunting

Photo by John Hafner I am not a math major. Nor have I played one on TV. That said, numbers do matter to me, particularly now that bow season is here. I’ve never fully understood the arrow speed craze. To me, it’s sort of like a lifted truck. It’s all about flash and sizzle, but little about practicality in the field. I’m a bowhunter. I’m going to assume that you are as well.
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