Pittsburgh, PA (PRWEB) November 29, 2013
"I wanted a bolt that would lessen the suffering of animals," said an inventor from Nebo, Ky. "It leaves a larger blood trail that makes it easier to find the animal. This way, the hunter can track the animal and put it out of its misery."
He created a prototype for the Blood Trail to afford better, faster, more accurate air travel. The patented design allows for better penetration and makes for a larger kill zone, which causes more blood to flow for a quicker kill. This reduces the animal's suffering. Additionally, it enables the hunter to find the animal quickly and easily.
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