Discussion in 'Trading Post' started by former wild willey, Jan 2, 2011.

  1. Does anybody know where I could get some pods. I have a friend that use to got some down south but I don't think he can get them anymore. I was told they were illegal to hunt with in arkansas but you could buy them. IDK. but either way i'd like to have some
  2. coonnutz

    coonnutz Well-Known Member

  3. ol bucky

    ol bucky Super Member<br>2010-11 Bow Hunting Contest Winner

    coon i think he is wanting the deals you put on your arrows. But i may be wrong
  4. yes sir thats what im looking for
  5. coonnutz

    coonnutz Well-Known Member

    Ok now y'all have to educate me on WTH a pod is?
  6. ksf04001

    ksf04001 Well-Known Member

    Its little things that hold poison that you can put on an arrow.
  7. mwmwbm

    mwmwbm Well-Known Member

    they are legal in Mississippi. You can buy them there.
  8. coonnutz

    coonnutz Well-Known Member

  9. Tink

    Tink Platinum Member<br>2011-2012 Bowhunting Contest Te

    Mississippi an few places in Texas.
  10. SalineRiver

    SalineRiver Well-Known Member

    :whistle:They are illegal in Arkansas. :whistle:
  11. Are you sure they are not just illegal to hunt with because a friend of mine was buying them at a sporting goods store down south somewhere?
  12. Tink

    Tink Platinum Member<br>2011-2012 Bowhunting Contest Te

    There illegal to hunt with in Arkansas not to own them, buy, and sell them.
  13. neotoxo

    neotoxo Super Member<br>'08 Smackdown Team Winner

    More specifically they are or look like little condoms or rubber tubes that fit
    over the shaft of an arrow right behind the broadhead.

    The "POISON" (as people may call it) of choice is
    Succinylcholine Chloride in a powder form...is liberally sprinkle on the tube
    while it is being rolled up toward the broadhead...that way when the arrow
    strike the tube unrolls and the drug is supposed to be pulled into the blood

    Succinylcholine Chloride is a very powerful paralytic drug. Also very fast acting.
    The problem with it is that it paralyzes skeletal muscles and
    the animal will cease to breath and suffocate. All the while being conscious
    if the lose of blood hasn't cause them to expire.

    It does or may keep them from running very far IF the drug isn't washed
    out of the wound channel from bleeding...

    It is an unethical and unsportsmanlike use of a chemical AND it is very

    I have heard of a young man in a neighboring state who accidentally cut
    himself on a podded arrow and died from the exposure...

    It is use allot in surgery to paralyze patience under anesthesia and on
    breathing machines to keep them from convulsing or moving while under
    the knife.
  14. SalineRiver

    SalineRiver Well-Known Member

    In short: ITS CHEATING