Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by Jhoyt, Dec 22, 2013.
Grime reapers love this head.
I like the NAP Spitfires
This, and durable too. I shot three deer with them this year and each broadhead is intact, resharpended, and back in the quiver.
100gr viper tricks for hogs and 100gr killzones for deer.
G5 T3, switched to them from the Montec this fall and I love them. Killed two deer with the same head, one a 160'' buck quartering away. Awesome blood trails on both deer!
Exodus broadheads why because there tough and deadly.
I love g5 Stryker. Just picked up 2 packs for $27 each
I am trying these next year. I have heard nothing but GREAT things about them!
The blades they came with broke easily. I talked to a Rage rep about it and he told me the new ones, and all replacement blades, were made a different way. Thus, they are stronger. Originals were laser cut and new ones are stamped. Only shot one deer with new ones but can't even tell its been shot. Very happy with the new blades
sent from old school can and string
slick-trick standards have never failed me. I get a pass through 90 % of the time and two holes are better than one .
here are a couple I filmed you can see the deer go down in both films. one in the fall goes down in 3 seconds.
I am a real amature at video so please excuse the quality
New Jersey doe - YouTube
NEW YEAR'S BUCK_0001.wmv - YouTube
NAP Hellrazors....most durable broadhead I've ever seen...period.
Okay... I have come to the conclusion every BH made is the best one.
Fact is... nothing really matters but sharpness, durability and correct placement. Most bH satisfaction stories are birthed from correct tuning, adequate practice and smart shot choices. Most bh failure stories are birthed from a deficiency in one of these three key elements. Not to mention blood trailing errors.
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