- 1 How much force does it take to kill a deer?
- 2 How many foot pounds of energy does it take to kill a mule deer?
- 3 What is the minimum foot pounds of energy to kill an elk?
- 4 Will a 25 06 kill an elk?
- 5 Can a 30 lb compound bow kill a deer?
- 6 What is the minimum ft lbs to kill a deer?
- 7 How many foot pounds is a deer?
- 8 How many foot pounds of energy does it take to penetrate a skull?
- 9 How many FPS does it take to kill an elk?
- 10 How many foot pounds does a 223 have?
- 11 How big is the kill zone on an elk?
How much force does it take to kill a deer?
Note that you can effectively kill deer with a 40-pound draw-weight bow. As a rule of thumb, 40 pounds of kinetic energy efficiently kills whitetails, and 50 pounds or greater is required for larger game such as elk, moose or bear.
How many foot pounds of energy does it take to kill a mule deer?
Many would consider a. 357 with a five-inch barrel marginal for medium size game, especially given the old standard 1,000 foot/ pound minimum recommended for cleanly killing deer. My Federal Barnes Expander retained around 500 foot/pounds of energy when it hit my deer, which went no more than 30 yards.
What is the minimum foot pounds of energy to kill an elk?
Most people say you need between 1800-2000 ft lbs of KE for elk. Last year I shot this cow at 342 yards with a 270 using 150 Hor. IBs. it should have developed about 1500 lbs at that range.
Will a 25 06 kill an elk?
Big Deer. 25/06 is essential when hunting big mule deer and elk. Great controlled-expansion bullets up to the task include 115-grain Barnes Triple Shocks and 120-grain Nosler Partitions, Swift A-Frames, and Speer Grand Slams. Over the years, I’ve killed two elk with 120 Partitions and two with Grand Slams.
Can a 30 lb compound bow kill a deer?
bow. With the right arrow and broadhead combo 30 lbs is plenty to kill a deer.
What is the minimum ft lbs to kill a deer?
“What is thought to be the minimum foot-pounds of energy required to dispatch anything from whitetail deer to moose humanely and ethically?” The most common figure thrown around when hunters discuss the energy required to ethically kill a whitetail is 1,000 ft. -lb.
How many foot pounds is a deer?
A commonly accepted threshold for the minimum amount of kinetic energy needed to kill an elk is 1500 ft-lbs. For whitetail deer, the minimum amount of kinetic energy is 1000 ft-lbs.
How many foot pounds of energy does it take to penetrate a skull?
It only takes 180 to 240 ft lbs. of kenetic energy to penetrate the skull of a human or animal.
How many FPS does it take to kill an elk?
Thousands of elk have died using 500-600 grain arrows shot from 45-60# recurve/longbows, traveling at 160-190 fps. Or old school compounds at 200-250 fps. Don’t worry about speed, use a heavy arrow, c.o.c. broadheads and a RANGEFINDER.
How many foot pounds does a 223 have?
223 Remington has a muzzle energy of 1,175 foot-pounds, while the. 270 Winchester has a muzzle energy of 2,729 foot pounds. Downrange, the. 223 Remington loses energy quickly, dropping to 947 foot-pounds at 1,000 yards and 469 at 400 yards.
How big is the kill zone on an elk?
A mature elk has a kill zone of 16-18 inches around. A deer is about half that size. Shoot too low and you hit brisket, sternum, or hide/muscle.