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    Default piston point broad heads

    Any one kill a deer with these yet? Just wondering how they work in the real world.

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    idk but there almost 50 bucks

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    Muzzzy 100g. $36 for 6. Great broad head

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    I shot a doe this year with one. Then missed another with the same one. Drove it up in the ground 6". Resharpened the blades and put it back in the quiver. So there a lot more durable than they look. Makes a nasty entrance and exit hole.

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    Not completely sure, but I'd heard that replacement blades are not even available for the Piston Points. From my understanding they will be out at some future time. They look nasty, but my Tekan II's do one heck of a job.

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    shot a doe with one ant heads performed great I am very pleased with the piston point broaheads blades were fully opened at entrance and exit hole was slightly bigger good blood trail arrow buried 6 inches into the dirt and there was no damage done to the broadhead or blades

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    I bought a pack but won't use them. They are absolutely the dullest blades I have ever seen. Using a stretched rubberband I had to really rub it hard on the blade to cut thru. Great concept crappy blades.

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    Shot a doe broadsided, worked great, big holes. My buddy Phil shot a doe quartering away in the last rib, head skipped forward a few inches then after it went it, somehow it angled straight back up and lodged in the spine. Dropped the doe, but had to come in with a follow up shot. Really didn't like the fact that it changed directions like that. I went back to my Nap Spitfires, they are tried and true.

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