Thread: Broadhead mounting
10-13-2009, 07:13 AM #1
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- Oct 2009
Hi I just bought my first broadheads from Cabela's, they are Cabela's Lazer PRO Mag, 3 blades broadhead... Yes, I know they aren't the best, but it was just a trial... anyway, with my big surprise they arrived dismounted... maybe it is the correct way... but I could't slide the blades in any way into the site to fix them to the point... it looks like they are too thick for the site... I even tried with a hammer... is that a "secret" way to put toghether this broadheads? At cabela's nobody answered... (Thank you very much...)
Thanks for any help you could give here...
10-13-2009, 08:54 AM #2
send them back, there are a lot of lower priced broadheads that are well made and will do the job.
It doesn't matter if you spend 15 dollars a head or 5 dollars a head if you don't put it vitals.
10-13-2009, 07:09 PM #3
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- Jan 2009
Seeing how Cabela's didn't respond - return them. There are several heads
already assembled that will do the job as Gator has stated. No way a
hammer should be needed
10-13-2009, 07:30 PM #4
go for the muzzy's..ive heard great reviews about them, so i went out and got some..what ever you do, stay away from rocky mountain.they leave no blood trailWelcome to New Jersey..Home of where the weak are killed and eaten
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10-14-2009, 01:09 AM #5
i agree go with muzzy they are great and leave an awsome blood trail
10-16-2009, 11:46 PM #6
I would go with muzzy can get a six pack for like 30 bucks and under check ebay and classifieds. Also shot placement is the key in getting a good blood trail.
10-18-2009, 11:50 PM #7
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- Dec 2007
- Ypsilanti, Mi
Most any good Broadhead will do the job!, I have taken many deer with Muzzy, Rocky mountain, NAP, and many others. The most important is spin your arrows and use a G5 ASD tool. And Good Luck!09 Mathews Reezen, Tru Ball releases and Sights, Gold Tip Arrows, Slick Tricks, Limb Saver Equipment, John Deere, Polaris Ranger, Big Game and Summit stands. And doing all that is possible to protect and preserve our Hunting Heritage.
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