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    julien is offline Senior Member Weekend Warrior
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    Nap hell razors

    What are you thoughts on the nap hell razors? I need a could cut on contact broadheads for my little cousin. His set up is 45 pounds and a 24 inch draw length.

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    Don't see you going wrong with them.
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    Thanks

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    Great head, tough as nails and easy to sharpen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ncnat View Post
    Great head, tough as nails and easy to sharpen.
    The sharper the better!
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    Great broadhead! You will definitely like it!

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    great broadhead, a little pricey. Look at the slick tricks, they run around 27.99
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    I am glad to see this thread. I am finally going to switch from Muzzy after 10 years of use (quality seems to have gone downhill lately) and the Hellrazor is one I am seriously looking at. The NAP Hellrazor and possibly Thunderhead, the G5 Montec and Striker, and possibly the Exodus are the heads I have on my list. I only shoot 3 blade fixed heads.

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    I have shot 2 doe with them. Great broadheads!

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    I like Thunderhead, and it works great with a lower pound bow. Try them out, there awesome!

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