NAP killzone for my setup?

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  1. Ram_n_arrows

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    I am thinking about switching from spitfires to killzones to get larger entry holes in case I don't have a pass through.
    Should I expect pass throughs with a killzone with my set up ? How has everyone else's experiences been with the killzones?
     
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    Killzones are a great head.
    The only mechanical head that I would consider using.
     
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    They are amazing!!!!!
    Just make the switch you won't be disappointed!


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    I have a very similar setup and have broken two ribs in and two ribs going out, I have no regrets. The only thing is when you hit a shoulder blade I have had no luck getting through it with the kill zone, so as long as you stay away from the shoulder blade you will be fine!
     
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    I broke through a shoulder blade on a 125lb buck last year with a spitfire maxx. I'm hoping if I hit shoulder blade with the killzone it would at least do the same. That was with a 466 gr arrow though.
     
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    I had very good results with the Spitfire Maxx's last year also. I picked up a few killzones to try them. That long ferrule and wide blades just seem suspect.


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    After sending some shots down range at longer distance , my arrows fly better with 125 out front instead of 100 grains. So total arrow weight will be 449 grains at about 278.
     

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