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Old 09-10-2013, 07:23 AM   #1
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Default Ummm....Anyone try these?



Are they really as accurate as they say?
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Old 09-10-2013, 07:36 AM   #2
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I don't get caught up in all this BROADHEAD hoopla. They all do the same thing---cut. I got a half dozen InnerLoc 75gr heads 10 years ago and am still using them today. A half dozen shots each year to tune or check the flight then if I'm lucky a shot or two during the season.

So what do I use for the other 10,000 shots I make each year? Field or target points. I have better things to spend my money on that the latest and greatest broadhead that does nothing different than all the rest of them.
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Saw those on another site; figured penetration might be a problem, others have said not so. I'll stick with what I have.
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I imagine cost on those would scare me away from trying.
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I'm using Bear Razor Heads I bought a long,long time ago. never let me down yet. yeah I know. I'm a cheap skate.
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Not that the Toxic isn't worth a look, but I also already have a bunch of others to use, so I'm not looking yet.
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I imagine cost on those would scare me away from trying.
About $45 for 3. Any of the others are 29.99-39.99..... so not that bad...

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Tough to tell from the pictures but do they make a full circle or is there open space?
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looks a little hard to sharpen
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Saw those on another site; figured penetration might be a problem, others have said not so. I'll stick with what I have.
my friend shot an elk with one this year, 30 yds, low brisket heart shot and it didn't pass through, pretty weak penetration I think. the elk died, as it would have with any broadhead, but the arrow should have easily passed through.

I know it is only a sample of one, and arrows do funny things, but I will stick with what I have confidence in
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There is a lot more inches of cutting edge to push thru so penetration going to be less would be my guess. I seen them in a store but cant remember total cutting edge. It was several inches where the standard blade is 2"-3". Bet they would be awesome for turkey.
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