wing butt

compression rib

compression rib
A special type of rib to replace compression strut in the wings. Such a rib has strong cap strips and webs designed to withstand compressive loads. Also called drag strut, wing butt, and bulkhead rib.
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Like saying something's gross, for example if Gareth Bale had smelly football boots I'll be there now, in a minute Buying yourself a little time when Gareth Bale is sprinting down the wing Butt A friend, as in 'Alright, Gareth.
Past articles suggest the wing butt (where the wing bone joins the breast) shot is best, citing that it will disable the turkey's wing so it can't fly.
When the bird is broadside, I try and shoot two inches behind the wing butt. This shot will take out the lungs and put the bird down fast.
That evening, after moving to a different blind location, I finally had a group of gobblers come in to feed and skewered my first Rio with a perfect, 15-yard shot in the wing butt. Man, that felt great, and I set up my camera and tripod for trophy photos as dusk fell and coyotes howled their delight at the approaching darkness.
All my concentration was on the strutting turkey's wing butt, nestled among the puffed feathers.
If the bird is standing broadside, aim for the wing butt at mid-body.
I like to aim slightly low in the vitals, just below the wing butt. If you must miss a turkey, a low miss may not be the worst.
Coming slowly to full draw as the plump suitor addressed his newfound friends, I settled a top pin on wing butts and squeezed the trigger.
I TOOK THE OPPORTUNITY TO SEND A BROADHEAD THROUGH HIS WING BUTTS. HE EXPLODED IN A CLOUD OF FEATHERS AND I THREW THE BLIND OFF AND CHARGED TO GRAB HIM.