Cheap Shot Polymer Broadheads

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  1. Fitz

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    Why didn't I think of this ? I will try them out this fall .
     
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    Not a chance!
     
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    Very interested especially for turkey/small game. Don't know if I could trust this on a whitetail


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    Edge retention matters. If this material has a Rockwell C hardness of at least 50, then it is no different than steel broadheads.
     
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    Ok, so I bought some for kicks and giggles. I will post in the 'Equipment Reviews' section.
     
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