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Thread: s.g.h heads.

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    Anyone use small game hunter heads?

    I have a a lot of squirels that might need to be taken care of as the birdfeeder season comes around. but I dont feel like losing a ton of arrows.

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    I use ruber bludgeon points and judo points they both are very deadly on small gameyou can get them out of bass pro and cabelas
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    Yeah the judo points work great for squirrels


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    I have taken field pts that are heavier than my normal shooting weight and ground off the pointed tip to make my own "special" blunts for small game.
    They really knock down the little critters and you get to experiment with different ideas on when working on your own tips.
    Tweak, tweak, tweak...

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    I went out and got the S.G.H heads and yes they are great.
    they drop a little out of my LX but a litle compensation on my part and I have already dismembered a few fuzzy critters.

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