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Old 07-11-2007, 12:53 PM   #1
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Anyone shooting these? Likes or dislikes? I have ordered some and would like to know how you guys/gals like them.
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Anyone shooting these? Likes or dislikes? I have ordered some and would like to know how you guys/gals like them.
saw them breifly at a glance in a magazine......NAP makes some very good broadheads......not sure about these though....
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Anyone shooting these? Likes or dislikes? I have ordered some and would like to know how you guys/gals like them.
My experience with NAP broadheads has always been good. Every broadhead they have made is usually top notch quality. That said I haven't held one yet, but I'm guessing they are first class
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My experience with NAP broadheads has always been good. Every broadhead they have made is usually top notch quality. That said I haven't held one yet, but I'm guessing they are first class

I also have some Slick Tricks but I need to get the 100 grain instead of the 125's. Do you know if it is the ferrule that makes the weight difference or the blades? I have two packages of them and only one of the packages has been shot into foam. Can I use the sam ferrule and by 100 grain blades?
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I think I read somewhere on another forum that somebody had one of the welds break on impact with one of their Razorcuts. I haven't heard anything negative on the Hell Razors.
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I also have some Slick Tricks but I need to get the 100 grain instead of the 125's. Do you know if it is the ferrule that makes the weight difference or the blades? I have two packages of them and only one of the packages has been shot into foam. Can I use the sam ferrule and by 100 grain blades?
Ferrules is where the weight difference is between the 100 and 125 grain Slick Tricks
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saw them breifly at a glance in a magazine......NAP makes some very good broadheads......not sure about these though....
Well boy I am here to tell you these are the real deal! At 302 fps they are like a .300 Mag bullet so don't be scared. Go get yourself some.
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Old 07-11-2007, 09:53 PM   #8
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Well boy I am here to tell you these are the real deal! At 302 fps they are like a .300 Mag bullet so don't be scared. Go get yourself some.
Thanks coon. I cant wait to get them.
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so it just so happens that I wasat the shop tonight and took a look at the Hellrazors........except for inner hole of the Montec's being sharpened also.....

the Hellrazors and the Montecs look more more a like that perhaps then the NEW Cardiac and the 05 Switchback....
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i am switching to them this year for elk.have been using 100 grn. 4 blade muzzys.had a muzzy bend real bad last year,it was still a pass through,but mad me want to try something tougher.so far grouping real good out to 50 yards at 285 fps.
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so it just so happens that I wasat the shop tonight and took a look at the Hellrazors........except for inner hole of the Montec's being sharpened also.....

the Hellrazors and the Montecs look more more a like that perhaps then the NEW Cardiac and the 05 Switchback....
Except, straight out of the package, the Hellrazors are so sharp it is scary. At least the package I handled.
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