So...rabbits and squirrels on my land are destroying all my veggies,so I gotta get them off.I checked the DNR, and they ARE in season.So today I got my white on (its snowing here) and I am gonna head out soon.I'm just gonna use a little bear archery basic setup.Will a field point work?Or do I need a broadhead.Im asuming that mudy's "Acopalapse" arrows will do the job.I need a fast kill, cuz I don't want the neighbors to see me tryin to whack the little bunny on the head tons of times .But, what broadhead do I use?I have some deer broadheads,But I don't want to rip the rabbit in half!Im gonna probably go to the archery shop today, and have any of you ever shot rabbits with a bow?
I use thed the Judo's also but I hear the G5 small game broadheads work very well
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I've killed one rabbit using judo points. After that I switched to using rubber blunt points that push on over at a target tip. The judo point made a hole big enough you would have thought I use a 12 gauge slug.
I've also taken one squirrel using a target tip. I pinned the squirrel to a log and had to kill it with a stick.