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Old 08-12-2018, 08:20 PM
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I have been having great success with the Tooth of The Arrow in my testing for this season.

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Is that the 1" or 1-3/16?
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Old 08-12-2018, 08:32 PM
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1” I hope to have a chance to try the bigger ones. A buddy has shot quite a few animals with the 1” and they work great...including moose and a sable in Africa. I was concerned about the small diameter, but it is 1”x1” and IMHO its better than the Slick Tricks even at the same size.

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1” I hope to have a chance to try the bigger ones. A buddy has shot quite a few animals with the 1” and they work great...including moose and a sable in Africa. I was concerned about the small diameter, but it is 1”x1” and IMHO its better than the Slick Tricks even at the same size.

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I once shot a moose through the lungs with a slicktrick and dropped him but he never died right away so I had to put another arrow in him. That was the only animal I had to shoot again after hitting it in the lungs. Those Tooth of the Arrows look like a fixed blade T3, awesome looking broadhead for sure.

And nice shooting btw!
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I once shot a moose through the lungs with a slicktrick and dropped him but he never died right away so I had to put another arrow in him. That was the only animal I had to shoot again after hitting it in the lungs. Those Tooth of the Arrows look like a fixed blade T3, awesome looking broadhead for sure.

And nice shooting btw!
He would have died!
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He would have died!
I know now, at the time I wasn't sure because the first shot was a passthru and I wasn't taking chances.
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I know now, at the time I wasn't sure because the first shot was a passthru and I wasn't taking chances.
I have learned a few things over the years and a big one is on moose...if they are still standing it doesn’t hurt to keep shooting

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