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    Default NAP Bloodrunners

    I got some bloodrunners yesterday,I thought it said they was 1/5but they are 2 3\4.Is anyone else useing them this year
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    My Father recently picked up a couple packs of these b-heads and I was very impressed with 'em. I figured they would be of cheaper contruction than what they are. In true NAP tradition, they were quality b-heads. They feature a in-flight diameter of just over 1" and an impact diameter of 1 1/2" (2 3/4" of total cutting surface).... it should be a wicked slice! They open on the slightest impact but fly like bullets. I fired one several times and I'm half tempted to try and put one thru a whitetail myslef.... just to see what they really do. It may be a reason to "test" a coupe of them on some antlerless deer this season.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cornfed View Post
    My Father recently picked up a couple packs of these b-heads and I was very impressed with 'em. I figured they would be of cheaper contruction than what they are. In true NAP tradition, they were quality b-heads. They feature a in-flight diameter of just over 1" and an impact diameter of 1 1/2" (2 3/4" of total cutting surface).... it should be a wicked slice! They open on the slightest impact but fly like bullets. I fired one several times and I'm half tempted to try and put one thru a whitetail myslef.... just to see what they really do. It may be a reason to "test" a coupe of them on some antlerless deer this season.
    I will be shooting them this season for sure. They look awesome and regardless they are fail safe. They also fly great. We shot them out to 40 and they flew well. All we did was screw them on without spinning the arrows and making sure they spun great. I was truely impressed.
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    They look great. I'll be interested in hearing some field reports.
    My only concern is the mechanism looks like it may hamper penetration a bit.
    The ferrule is quite large.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jame View Post
    I will be shooting them this season for sure. They look awesome and regardless they are fail safe. They also fly great. We shot them out to 40 and they flew well. All we did was screw them on without spinning the arrows and making sure they spun great. I was truely impressed.
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