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Deer & Deer Hunting Shot Simulator-Deluxe Edition

Format: DVD

SKU# Y3027


Seasoned deer hunters know it is imperative to know where their arrow or bullet struck before taking up the trail of any whitetail. For the first time ever, D&DH's Shot Simulator allows you to take as many "do overs" as needed to get that information! In this state-of-the-art animated program, you can position the deer exactly as it was when you were hunting, "take the shot," and then learn exactly which organs were hit. Position yourself from tree-stand height or ground-blind level and position the deer at any angle. After the shot, click on the navigation bars to peel away the hide, skin and bones to see which organs were hit. Then, use our instant trailing guide to help you decide what your next move should be. Wait 30 minutes … or wait 10 hours? We will provide you the best course of action!

Whether you've yet to harvest a whitetail or have taken more than 100 in your lifetime, this animated program is a must-have for any deer hunting camp!

Dozens of video clips of Deer & Deer Hunting TV's award-winning "Vital Information" segments. Learn how deer react to various shots, discover how you should aim in these situations, and dissect each hunt for valuable tracking and trailing advice.

An all-inclusive collection of Deer & Deer Hunting Magazine's best articles on deer behavior, biology and physiology in fully searchable PDFs. With the click of your computer's mouse, you can sort and read articles on everything from how a deer's lungs work to the science behind venison spoilage. Also included: top tips for shooting bows, rifles, shotguns and muzzleloaders. Extras include: shot placement charts, complete whitetail anatomy guide and a "writeable" PDF for keeping track of your daily hunting activities.

BONUS - Free Vital Anatomy Poster included!

Copyright © 2010 Krause Publications, Inc., a division of F+W Media, Inc. PC and MAC compatible; files require free Adobe Acrobat Reader® and QuickTime®

Editorial Reviews:
"I purchased an amazing piece of software today. It is called the Shot Simulator and it is sold by Deer & Deer Hunting...I don't believe I have ever seen their show and I don't remember buying anything from them before. So, this is not a advertisement for them. I am very impressed by this piece of software."
..."Everything is rendered nicely. The beauty of the program is not in the graphics. It is in the ability to shoot the deer and see what vitals were hit... This program is a simple, inexpensive tool that I think every new hunter should use. I think it would benefit even an experienced hunter."
--The Unlucky Hunter

SKU Y3027
Format DVD
ISBN 13 9781440216046

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Almost forgot Review by Rocky

It would really be nice to have this program in an App that can be put on an iPhone or iPad or other smart device to be used in the field.

(Posted on 1/5/2014)

Nice product Review by Rocky

I bought 3 of these on sale. Sent the extras to kin-folk who hunt. Interesting to pick a shot then be able to see what the shot passed through.

I would be nice to have a height setting for tree stands...some folk will set their stands at particular heights and jus a little misguessing can make a big difference...also having a choice of the deer standing as is or with the shot side front leg forward or back can add to the learning curve when trying to decide where to aim to get the most from your shot.

(Posted on 1/5/2014)

essential Review by joe

There in no other interactive educational tool like this on the market. In the off-season, my hunting group sends out emails with a picture of a whitetail in a hunting situation and each person puts a colored dot on the image to show their shot placement. All are sent back in and then compared and scored on the simulator. It is amazing how much the 5 of us have refined our knowledge of deer anatomy and shot placement. We are better hunters for it. If you take hunting seriously and care about making the best shot possible this will be well worth the 20 dollar asking price. I find it better to use on the computer rather than a mobile device. The small screens don't show enough detail for me.

(Posted on 12/27/2013)

waste of 20 dollars Review by thedeer

bought it and guess what... it didn't help at all

(Posted on 10/29/2012)

Okay, but needs height and distance markers Review by Sheetrock

This program needs to have a distance to deer and tree stand height indicator as well. For example, when I zoom out as far as possible and I "climb" as high as possible in the program, am I at a 45 degree angle (20 feet away, 20 feet high). Basically I need to know the angle. If the creator of the software knows this answer please let the audience know. I guess if you can give the extremes (max distance and max elevation), that would help immensely.

(Posted on 8/17/2012)

tradwalker Review by adam

i think this is a brilliant program. it is so easy to test different scenarios and even question past hunt. it was well worth the money i payed to download it. you can change the shot angle, zoom in and out, and the shot info gives information about the proper course of action and the type of blood to expect

(Posted on 9/14/2011)

Shot Simulator Review by Country Jack Griffes

The Shot Simulator has helped my youngest computer savvy kids learn where to aim from various angles. They did tire of it quickly however. I think the Shot Simulator could be vastly improved via showing potential deer reactions to each type of hit and including actual photographs of the type of blood sign left by each type of hit. That might also help hold the pupils attention longer.

(Posted on 9/5/2011)

Wow Review by Lamar Lee

This might be the coolest hunting tool ever devised. For the first time, I can actually see what my arrow does in different situations. A must-have for any deer hunter.

(Posted on 6/10/2011)

Great for kids Review by Jason Bleachers

I really liked this animation for showing the young kids we brought to camp where to aim. We had them guess and then showed them where they hit. Great job DDH!

(Posted on 6/10/2011)

Disappointed with the shot simulator Review by Rodney Albright

I hope I don't offend anyone here but i would care to see a lot more done to this simulator. You can get the angle of your shots and peeling the skin back does help. But it would have been better if the animal would run off so you can see what it means to check the blood chart to see how long to wait before you start tracking a wounded animal. So i was very disappointed. For the cost of 30 bucks it wasn't worth it. Sorry but THE TRUTH NEEDS TO BE TOLD.

(Posted on 3/23/2011)

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