Brady 'Totanka' Cervantes
Hometown: North Texas
Favorite animal to hunt: Elk
Why Annihilators: Did not grow up hunting but grew up learning the land and the ways of it from my father down on the old ranch our family used in Mason, Texas. Stalking, tracking, observing, moving on the wind, moving against the wind, and thermals were some of the few things we went over. I was the youngest out of 7 total, though unexpectedly, was really the only one who took to it the way I did. I started hunting once I was able to leave home to work a family Ranch/Outfitter on 30k acres near Devils Tower in Wyoming. Rodeo, ranching, hunting, and sports occupied my life until 2006 when I entered the military for the better half of a decade. Deploying to combat in 2 different theaters during my time in USMIL and then more once out with the private sector. Hunting became my oasis in what was now my life. Killed my first elk after my 4 deployments in the Military and have been hooked ever since.
Growing up the way I did, with the teaching from my father, we don't take more than we need and we respect it and the land to the fullest. So it's an easy choice for me on broadheads across the board. For over the past two years I've been using Annihilator Broadheads because I've seen the top tier perform to my own standards of terminal ballistics. Black Bear, Elk,
Mule Deer, Feral Hog, Turkey, and Mountain Lion are a few of the one shot one kills I've had with these broadheads and some with the same broadhead. For those reasons, I go with an Annihilator. Respect the animal to the highest, treat the land well, make a precise and ethical kill.