Solid broad heads

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  1. Brett Smith

    Brett Smith Weekend Warrior

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    They peaked my attention so i went to their web site and was impressed with what i read...until the prices. $129 for three broad heads. I dont own an oil field so i will shoot my Montecs as I have in the past.
     
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    Wow hard to believe anyone could justify at that cost
     
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    They are good, heads. The most forgiving fixed blade head i have used at longer distances. I killed a bunch of game with them since they came out. They are still my go to head for the most part.
     
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    Iron Will heads are cheaper.
     
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    Iron wills dont fly as good for me, no where near as forgiving of my lapse in form. and after putting a couple through targets they dont take hard hits any better then soilds. I have bent two ferrules, both my fault. I only have a small sample size for blood trails on IW( two ) and they havent been good at all. Soilds on the other hand I have had better results with, although I admit my sample size is 10x larger.
     
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    I agree the solid broadheads are the most accurate head I have ever shot. Great for long range and very sharp. I have shot deer with them and the deer hardly react, just start walking away and fall over. But they break fairly easy if you hit anything hard. I also have ironwill broadheads. Although not as accurate as Solids, they built better in my opinion.

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