I just saw this new product the BowMag arrowhead that delivers a .38 or .357 bullet or bird shot from the arrowhead upon impact. You have got to see this video in order to get it.
My questions are plenty. But here are 3 to get us started:
- What is happening during your hunt that you need to deliver a bullet on impact? This is not going to make you more accurate and might make you worse.
- What does this do to hunting laws? In Indiana we are allowed to use fixed head and expanding broadheads. Which is this or is it even legal?
- The bird shot version just seem rediculous. Why would I put all of that shot in an animal that would have been cleanly killed by a broadhead? Again... Not more accurate, maybe less.
This just seems like a very narrow use case, but maybe a particular type of bear or pig that you want to put down fast with a head shot. But then again why not just take your gun if the archery hunting laws aren't modified? What are your thoughts? Anyone use them yet?