RE: what's with all the exit wound Pics?
Serious? You hunt and kill animals for sport, and you don't want to see the aftermath? Whatever.
Don't get me wrong, I respect the animals. But it's not a spiritual thing. You stalk an animal. Pull the bowstring, line up the sights, put the crosshairs on it, whatever type of hunting you do. Then you kill the animal. That's it. It's over for him. You've taken his life. Killed. Dead.
Better start learning to deal with the blood part that comes later or get out of the sport. I haven't found an animal yet that doesn't bleed or die when I shoot it.
While you rest, someone, somewhere, is training. When you meet, you will lose.
Ar son an teaghlagh, Le Dia.