Fresh on the heels of last week's successful archery hunt for Vancouver bull and Polynesian pig in Hawaiis, I'm gearing up for a Water buffalo (and perhaps other species) bow hunt over the Easter weekend. This hunt will take place in South Texas. The focus of this hunt will be Water Buffalo cows. Water buffalo cows have horns albeit smaller than the horns of the bulls. After my Archery Bull hunting experience in Hawaii and because I just read this link on Water Buffalo anatomy I was compelled to order some new broadheads. The heads I bought earlier for this hunt and planed to use on water buffalo suddenly seemed inadequate for the task so I ordered some 250 grain Cutthroat broadheads. Reading this scared me straight. https://adventurousbowhunter.wordpr...r-buffalo-anatomy-shot-placement-part-1/?vm=r I placed an order for a half dozen, 250 grain, single bevel, Cutthroat heads. hopefully they arrive fast so I can put them through their paces on the range and hone them to a razor's edge. Unlike my Hawaiian bull and pig hunt, we are driving so I WILL be able to bring the meat home.