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Conan 1883



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PostSubject: Broadheads and arrows   Wed 02 Sep 2009, 10:09 pm

Hunting season is just around the corner. What broadhead/shaft you shooting this year? I'm going with the 125 grain screw in Snuffer on a 3555 Gold Tip expedition hunter shaft. I know the field points are repeatedly killing my Glendel buck in the backyard. Very Happy
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PostSubject: Re: Broadheads and arrows   Thu 03 Sep 2009, 9:27 am

I've switched to 125gr magnus 2-blade screwins. I like the simple tough blades on both zwickey and magnus and they don't cost an arm and a leg. I realize single bevel would give me better penetration, but I have enough trouble sharpening basic blades.
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Gurn



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PostSubject: Re: Broadheads and arrows   Fri 14 May 2010, 11:18 pm

I will most likely be using a glue on Zwickey No Mercy with a 75gr steel adapter on top of a Trad Only 400 shaft.
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PostSubject: Re: Broadheads and arrows   Fri 14 May 2010, 11:28 pm

Simmons land Shark 100 grain screw on for me.

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John Carter



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PostSubject: Re: Broadheads and arrows   Fri 11 Jun 2010, 4:36 am

I've shot carbon express 150's for the last couple of years,plus I still shoot Goldtip 3555's now an then as I've been shooting them for about 12 years and still like them a lot although I'm slowly phasing them out in favour of the CE's.
I've tried a few different broadheads over the years but I keep returning to the old Bear Razors as their very easy to get real sharp and they were of course Freds broadhead back in the day.
I'm going to buy some 220g Muzzy phantoms soon,an give them a run as I'm starting to lean more toward big heads.
I lost a deer earlier this year,there were a few reasons for that,all my fault,the next ones gonna get hit with an axe.
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bruce martin



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PostSubject: Re: Broadheads and arrows   Fri 11 Jun 2010, 9:02 pm

Zwicky eskimo 125 gr 2 blade on a 75 grain steel adapter., on Gold Tip 3555 xhunter with standard insert.

This set up bare shafts perfectly from my Dakota 45 lb recurve and with 3 4 inch fletches it is whisper quiet.

Easy to get scary sharp and they are tough heads. Probably will use the same head on 100 or 125 gr steel adapter for 55 lb Dacota but need to shorten the GT 3555 to get them to bare shaft decent. Although Rick does not bare shaft tune I still like to do it and put some weight forward. I am not a fan of extreme FOC but 20% or so ain't bad as long as the arrow is flying perfectly straight.
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PostSubject: Re: Broadheads and arrows   Fri 06 Apr 2012, 7:37 pm

I just recently found the right arrows. I'm shooting Red Head Carbon Maxx 2000 shafts with a 145 grain Bear Razor Head and 4 inch feathers.
This combo seems to fly very well from my X-200 Martin and for small game I use a 125 grain field tip with a home made judo made from a modified washer I thread the field tip through the washer/judo point. Works great and flies true !
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griz



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PostSubject: Re: Broadheads and arrows   Thu 10 May 2012, 1:59 pm

For me my pro hunter likes axis 340s with 150 stinger hard hitting setup.
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