Cold Steel Plastic Broadhead

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  1. Innovative Outdoorsman

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    $13 for 10 or $40 for 50 of them.

    [video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BhMIQNa22o8[video]


    Cheap Shot BH2 Bulk (50 Pack)
     
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    I don't want cheap broad heads. I only shoot 2 arrows at deer a year.
     
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    Plastic broadheads. Carbon fiber arrows.

    What's next....... bows with wheels and cables?????
     
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    The disposable razor business model. Could be a money maker.
     
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    What's the difference between the BH1 and BH2?
     
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    Be great for turkeys! Hate to waste a $10-15 head on a bird.
    Not sure if these guys are just crappy shots or if the head is that inaccurate tho.
     
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    Interesting. I would think about these for groundhogs. Do they come in mechanicals?!
     
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    they are doing some amazing things with plastic but I'll stick with good old steel slicktricks....
     
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    [QUOTE=rick I'll stick with good old steel slicktricks

    Absolutely !! Those plastic heads would be illegal in my neck of the woods. Regs state a broadhead must be at least 7/8" wide and no less that 2 straight , unserrated , barbless steel cutting edges.
     
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    I may add one to my quiver matched with an old arrow for Coyotes. Or maybe use for frogging this summer


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    Oh look, a new and improved Rage.


    *edit*
    After watching the video, I take back the Rage comment, these look like they perform better than any Rage could dream of. :lol:
     
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    Plastic really seems like weak sauce you rage hater.;)
     
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    My fear is that the video will be seen by many and many will use them. There will be more pictures on social media of deer that were shot and not killed. This will be yet another black eye for hunting and bowhunting in particular.


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    Who knew plastic broad heads would be a terrible idea.:lol:
     
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    I'd go with the $1 Chinese Rage knock-offs first.

    And agree with he above....more wounded animals for the anti's to use against us.
     
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    I will spend more money to ensure I am giving the animal the quickest and most humane death possible. I'm not going to sacrifice that to save a few bucks. I'll stick to my $89/10 slick tricks.


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