I am not going to go into a ton of detail, but wanted to post up some new pics of a few shot placement scenarios when bowhunting turkeys. From just about any angle you will want to aim for the middle of the bird, just slightly above center. A quartering to shot is usually not the best angle because it is difficult to get into the vitals. I prefer quartering away shots the most but facing away, broadside, and facing shots are all good choices when shooting for the body. Obviously head and neck shots are possible with any broadhead, but a Guillotine or Bullhead will increase your odds with these types of shots. Shot placement is more important than the type of broadhead used...any broadhead will take down a turkey, but large cut mechanicals (1.5" and larger) will do the most damage and give you a little more room for error. Wanna kill these ads? We can help!