NAP Low KE KillZone, need quick answer plz

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  1. drath

    drath Weekend Warrior

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    Hey all,
    I just realized that I accidentally ordered a pack of the NAP Low KE KillZones. Is there any reason why I shouldn't shoot those with a 64lb weight and 28.5" draw? I'm hitting the woods on Saturday afternoon so a quick response is appreciated. Other than the 1/4 inch diameter cut difference, which is a bummer but not a deal breaker in a pinch, is there a reason not to shoot these broadheads with my setup? I still have one of the 2" heads from last season but if I have to fire a 2nd shot, I'm assuming the Low KE's will still preform for me??? Thanks in advance!

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  2. Rick James

    Rick James Grizzled Veteran

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    They will work just fine.
     
  3. drath

    drath Weekend Warrior

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    Awesome!!! I thought so but wanted to be sure. Now I can sleep. Gotta get up at 3:30 to pick up my Bro-in-law and go meet dad before heading to the cabin. Thank you Sir!!!
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    randy3003 Weekend Warrior

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    low KE is low kinetic energy which means it's probably a little lighter as well as a little smaller. Closer is better with that type head. It should get there in a hurry however. Good luck this year
     
  5. Matt/TN

    Matt/TN Die Hard Bowhunter

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    This is not correct.

    They are just a smaller cut and more forgiving blade angle. They are built for greater penetration versus the 2" counterpart. I have tons of energy in my setup and if I had to use Killzones, I'd shoot the low KE. I prefer the Rage simply because of how much force the Killzones require to open. I really wanted to like the Killzones


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    bucksnbears Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Hunting without shooting those heads is NOT cool!!!!
     

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