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    Thumbs up Turkey Hunting

    I'm going back to the double bull this spring as are probably most of you for the turkey season. Having a real delima on if I want to switch over to the Gullotine's or stick with the striker 100 grain. what do y'all think about them ???
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    I've never shot a Guillotine, but I've seen what they can do up close...impressive...I just don't know if I would shoot them. They seem like you would have to replace the blades after every use...


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    Quote Originally Posted by brokenarrow View Post
    I've never shot a Guillotine, but I've seen what they can do up close...impressive...I just don't know if I would shoot them. They seem like you would have to replace the blades after every use...
    hey I like the guilitine...and as far replaceing the blades I was able to practice w/oneand the use the othertwo for hunting.....missed by an inch...oh so close.....
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    I'm concerened about having to four fletch or even 6 fletch to stabilize the balance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by acclungbuster01 View Post
    I'm concerened about having to four fletch or even 6 fletch to stabilize the balance.
    25 and under the three fletch w/a hard helical was all it took to stabilize them
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    4 inch vanes , feathers ?? I curently run all three sets with 2" blazers
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    Default first off nice name.

    and second I use a big expanable . I like aiming for the vitals. I have never shot the other but head shots at 20 yds I feel the turkey would hve to be close for the shot and I don't know how they would fly at far dictances.
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    Quote Originally Posted by acclungbuster01 View Post
    4 inch vanes , feathers ?? I curently run all three sets with 2" blazers

    I was using 4 inch feathers and 4 inch vanes.....both with the hardest helical that I can put on them w/my bitzenburgers
    I cut things up and split them down!

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    awesome feedback guys, i work at Cabelas and was watching the doublebull video and man oh man we wear amazed they tore'em up and layed'em down god I love Bowhunting
    aim...squeez...eat....

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