Dennis Steinman of Lecompton, Kan., takes target practice with his tiny game-retrieval system attached to an arrow. The wireless unit's module pierces the hide of the deer when the deer is hit, helping the hunter track his game.
Dennis Steinman of Lecompton, Kan., takes target practice with his tiny game-retrieval system attached to an arrow. The wireless unit's module pierces the hide of the deer when the deer is hit, helping the hunter track his game. Brent Frazee The Kansas City Star
Dennis Steinman of Lecompton, Kan., takes target practice with his tiny game-retrieval system attached to an arrow. The wireless unit's module pierces the hide of the deer when the deer is hit, helping the hunter track his game. Brent Frazee The Kansas City Star

Device helps find deer that have been shot

October 18, 2015 12:01 AM

UPDATED October 18, 2015 12:05 AM

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