Thursday, November 26, 2009

Pearson's Z-Force

The buck made his presence known on the afternoon of November 19 at 5:15pm  as he came in grunting at a group of does. After three trips to Kansas this year I was relieved when he presented himself  broadside at twenty yards.  With three alert does giving me the "you're busted stare" as I drew my bow,  I was still able to deliver the Magnus broadhead to the 10 ring. The buck was mine.

Jim's 2009 Equipment: Bow: Ben Pearson Z-34 with R2B2 Cams- 29"@60lbs.;   Arrows: Carbon Express;  Rest: Whisker Biscuit; Broadhead: Magnus Stinger 4-blade 100grain. 

The next morning,  my hunting buddy Bruce Jameson made an unbelievable shot on a true Kansas monster.  Bruce, who owns "The Outdoor Indoors" in Pittsburg, Kansas, a Ben Pearson Archery retailer  and award winning taxidermy service,  used a  Pearson Z-34 with R2B2 cams.

Pearson helped us deliver two perfect shots on two unique Kansas whitetails.  Both deer were estimated at over  200lbs field dressed. Let me tell you Kansas deer are big in every sense of the word!

The Power of Z-Force at work!

Story by Jim Taylor

3 comments:

  1. Thats awesome. I just stumbled upon your site while looking for a pic of Bruce's buck that was featured on Bass Pro's King of Bucks tv show. Bruce is my cousin's husband, and I'm going to visit him next month when I go to Kansas for a taxidermy show. I'm a taxidermist as well here in central Arkansas. (Benton to be exact)
    Blaine Jones
    The Trophy Room Taxidermy
    (501)860-1810

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  2. Blaine.. that's cool! I'm glad you found the site. You might also check out www.Bowhunterphotos.com. If you have some photo's of mounts it will be a good place to get the word out. JIM

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  3. I just found your site a few months ago. It's great to hear another AR hunter's experiences. Keep em coming!

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