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I went ahead and got some to try out. I'm very happy with them. They fly better than any broad head that I've tried. Although the blades look a little weak they actually are pretty sturdy. I've shot them into several different targets and they are holding up very well. I have not had to replace blades on my practice heads yet. The only problem that I have encountered is one of the blades loosened a bit while removing it from my quiver on a hunt although this didn't affect the accuracy of it. From my experience so far this will be what I use from now on. I'll post once I bring down an animal with them, for anyone who may be interested.
Yes I'm interested let us know what kind of damage they do. I have some that I've shot at a target they group great but I've always been worried about the blades holding up when hitting ribs.
Is someone with 10 million dollars any happier than someone with 9 million?
I was worried about the blade but so far they have held up great. Im a believer in them after 2 seasons. I have killed several deer and hogs. One bear. They have worked flawlessly and shoot great. They make my arrow flight a lot quieter than other heads.This is the broadhead after breaking the offset shoulder! 40 yds and Dead!!!
I personally am not a big fan of them. I've recieved them free through a sponsorship, as well as a few others in our group. I couldn't shoot them out of my bow. I have my arrows cut too short and the blades were pretty close to hitting my bow upon release. I'm not buying new, longer cut arrows to switch the broadheads. My buddy had blades go missing from walking from his truck to stand. They must've rattled loose and fell out! That's the biggest concern I saw in the construction. On the other hand, another buddy really likes them.