Any advice on blood sport grave digger

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  1. mississippi hoyt shooter

    mississippi hoyt shooter Weekend Warrior

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    Want to hear opinions on this hybrid head


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    No advice but I switched to it this fall after trying several different broadheads looking for one that flew most like my field tips. I think the deploying mechanical blades are a little light for large animals and getting the tension set correctly after changing the factory setting is no easy task. They took down a 3yr old 11 point whitetail nicely for me this October but I question whether both wings deployed since the arrow curved after entering the deer such that it came out the dead-center brisket rather than opposite side but it still cut the second lung and dropped it at 150 yards. Never found the arrow.
     
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    Donkey Deerz Weekend Warrior

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    I shoot the 125gr chisel tips. They fly exactly like my field points. I have taken one deer with them at 40 yards. I got a pass though with a huge blood trail to where he was piled up 45 yards away. I high lungs and sliced the liver. I am very impressed with them. They are sharp and I didn't have any problems adjusting the tension.
     
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    They work well but like anything its up to you to put it in the vitals. The idea is a good concept as it creates one that has a less chance of complete failure. I tested them last year and they flew well and killed quickly. I loosened the tension screw and set it so it required a little effort to open and everything worked fine. But like I said if you do your job it will do its job. :tu:
     

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