The EthiKill Anatomy Target is the perfect tool for hunters looking to build shot confidence.

Whether you’re a seasoned hunter or new to the sport, this target offers a unique and educational approach to hunting preparation. Unlike other targets that simply provide a spot to aim, the EthiKill Anatomy Target encourages hunters to think through their shot selection and imagine the location of the deer’s vital organs.

After shooting your group, simply flip over the target to see if you hit the vitals and learn how to track blood with the easy-to-follow guide on the back.

Training with this target is a great way to educate yourself and future hunters on responsible and ethical hunting practices.

Creating EthiKill

I am a lifelong hunter and fisherman. I grew up in rural southeast Texas. As a young man, I chased whitetail deer with a shotgun and a slug, then with a borrowed rifle, and finally with a compound bow. After 40 years, I remain consumed with hunting, archery, scouting, training…

One bad hit on a whitetail deer led me on a quest to improve my skills and knowledge in hunting. I noticed that there are no training tools available to help with shot selection. When you place your pin or crosshairs on an animal for the first time, you have to go through the shot selection process and find your aiming point. It’s talked about some, but not practiced much.

I remember freaking out the first time I put my pin on a live deer. (I worked hard to get where I was) I knew I was generally aiming in the right area due to all the target practice, but if I was honest with myself in that moment, I was guessing …

I didn’t REALLY know where to aim, and I owe it to the animals I hunt to educated myself fully so visualizing those vitals is second nature.

I wanted an animal target with no indication of where to shoot on the front to force me to go through that shot selection process. I also wanted immediate feedback on my shot placements. So I got to work and EthiKill Anatomy Targets was born. It has helped me tremendously in my own education so naturally I want to share that experience with other hunters.

– Joe Koenig

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