NAP kill zone

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  1. Bucksnot

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    So I'm trying out the kill zone this year had lots of luck with rage last year any info I need to know bout the kill zone.
     
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    I switched to Killzone last year and I love them. The blades won't open and if they do you just squeeze them back shut. You don't have to worry about any kind of rubber bands or O-rings


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    What do diff between the two?
     
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    Make sure you have a heavy arrow setup so that you will get enough penetration from the broadhead and arrow.
     
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    That was one of the reasons why i changed breadheads don't have to worry bout bands
     
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    I'm shooting at 70 pounds had it set up at a shop
     
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    Useing bear game over love the bow
     
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    Got the NAP drop away with bloodsport arrows.
     
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    More than just how heavy your draw weight is. Make sure you are shooting a heavy 'arrow'. I am roughly shooting 475 grain bloodsport impact with 125 grain fix blades, ramcat broadheads.
    When I was shooting NAP killzones I was shooting a 366 grain arrow. My penetration was awful. That along with a bad hit, I lost a deer.
    I would make sure that you have a high FOC, front of center, along with a pretty heavy arrow.
     
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    Like any broadhead and just like the rage , stay off the shoulder. If you do that it will do its job. Solid broadhead that will do its job if you do yours.
     

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