4. Arrows and broadheads:
Killing a turkey at 7 to 8 inches with a sharp steel broadhead is fine. Several arrows are present in the market. It is not a hard and fast rule that you must choose a 7-to-8-inch long arrow. The one that is convenient for you will be the best choice.
Whichever arrow you select, just practice with it several times so that you will never miss the shot at the spot. Moreover, the practice will provide you with confidence.
Two main categories of arrow broadhead include;
Fixed blade and mechanical blade broadhead:
Use it for ethical hunting, if you want to equip it to hit the vital organ you need to practice with it until you get command in operating them.
Guillotine style broadhead:
Broadheads in the guillotine style are created expressly for shooting at a turkey’s head or neck. They come in a variety of cutting sizes that go as broad as 4.5 inches. When these broadheads make contact with a turkey’s neck or head, the kill is clean and swift. A hunter is likely to miss completely without hurting the bird if the neck and head are missed. Guillotine broadheads frequently lose their effectiveness after one shot and are only accurate up to 20 yards.