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    Default Piston Point Broad heads

    Has anybody had any experiance with "Piston Point Broadheads"?

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    I saw these and have had a couple customers ask about them but I haven't seen them in person.
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    Never heard of them. Who makes them?
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    Piston Point technology

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    They look good for a broadside shot, how will they work on a quartering shot? Can you test this before hunting?
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    According to the manufacture they work equally well on both shots. They are designed for foam target use as well with easy blade repla cement.

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    "Angled shots is another area where Piston Point gives hunters a distinct advantage. Most mechanical broadheads can deflect on angled shots, meaning poor penetration or missing vital organs. Our patented Hammer-Impact Rear Blade Expansion assures Piston Point Broadheads will enter the target without deflection. This means your arrow will enter the target exactly where you aim, resulting in better penetration and more target damage."

    thats what it says on there website.
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