Another question about broadheads

Discussion in 'Bowhunting forum' started by 1986 Bear Flare II, Mar 23, 2006.

  1. 1986 Bear Flare II

    1986 Bear Flare II Junior Member

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    :welcome: What would be a good broadhead for Columbia Blacktail? I live in Washington and mechanical are not an option because they're illegal.
     
  2. Chris

    Chris Administrator Staff Member

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    Check out the Slick Trick broadheads. Guys in our area have had great luck with them. They fly awesome, create big holes and are very durable.
     

  3. BUNNYMAN

    BUNNYMAN I pray for you!

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    Most important when it comes to choosing broadheads is try lots of different ones till you find the one that flies the best. Some dealers have sample packs so you can try a bunch of different broadheads w/out spending a load of money
     
  4. Cablegaurd21

    Cablegaurd21 Senior Member

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    I shoot mechanical broadheads Tekan II from G5. If you're looking for penetration I believe in a heavy head! 125g baby!
     
  5. Werd

    Werd Senior Member

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    hey blindman. he said he cant use mechanicals =]
     
  6. Scablands

    Scablands Member

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    My standard answer is- it really doesn't matter as long as they are sharp and I'll stand by that. Depending on how well your bow is tuned some do better than others though. IMO :D If they fly well, no kick, loup or tail wag you should be good to go.
     
  7. lungcutter

    lungcutter Senior Member

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    As long as they are sharp and they fly good for you. That is what is imortant.

    I like the Crimson Talons 100 gr.
     
  8. chainsawlaskowski

    chainsawlaskowski Junior Member

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    "Slick Trick" and "NAP Razor Caps" both fly just like field points for both my wife and I. They are both very durable and very sharp, right out of the package. Good Luckk on your hunt! Jeff
     
  9. Onyx Z

    Onyx Z Member

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    100gr nap thunderheads. fly exactly like my field points. i believe with a perfectly tuned bow, just about any broadhead will fly like your field points.
     
  10. Timmer

    Timmer Member

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    G5 Montecs................ To bad about the mechanicals. The Tekan II's have been working great for me.
     
  11. BowhuntnHoosier

    BowhuntnHoosier Bisquit.......

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    One word.....................Muzzy:rockon:
     
  12. timberghost

    timberghost Senior Member

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  13. When all else fails get some 100gr Thunderheads and you will be set.
     
  14. QSA

    QSA One eyed/Gutless wonder

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    Wac em it is like shooting a large spike with blades on it.
     
  15. BUNNYMAN

    BUNNYMAN I pray for you!

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    wow guys, this one is well over a year old.......:frusty:
     
  16. timberghost

    timberghost Senior Member

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    No sense in starting a new thread when this one will work fine. :D
     
  17. jds-1

    jds-1 Refuse to Follow !!!

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    G5 Montec are very good and Thunderheads too. :wave:
     
  18. Lone Predator

    Lone Predator Cervid Manager

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    I believe you're right, but I found this out the hard way. I like to went nuts before I finally got mine tuned in. The broadheads were a foot to the right of the field points. I missed the first couple days of the season cause I couldn't get it sorted out. Turns out the arrows were too stiff. Turned up the poundage on the bow and it started acting right. Now they're dead on with the field points.
     
  19. whitetail101

    whitetail101 New Member

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    Steel Force Phatheads are great heads to use.

    I currently use the Phathead 125's and they are great for any type of game your after.

    keep your arrow weight as close to 400 grains and you will do fine in all of your bow hunting adventures
     
  20. bwiz

    bwiz New Member

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    !00 gr. Thunderheads do the job for me, and will for years to come.
    :amen: