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Old 07-22-2019, 01:03 PM
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I shoot grim reapers, I prefer the 1 3/8 cutting head, seem to pass through deer no problem, moose on the other hand not so much. Poking hide on the other side, the moose bled internally but without a pass through I can see why. Went far enough in that he broke the arrow rather than had it fall out. Grims shoot great for me, I don't sling arrows at animals further than 40yards, never had issues with the grims!

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Old 07-22-2019, 08:02 PM
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Born and Raised Outdoors are doing a huge broadhead test this week on like 40 different broadbeads. I shot grim reapers last year and had a real bad experience with them and switched mid hunt to muzzy trocars and they worked like a hot damn.
Personally Iím going to wait until after they post that test video to make up my mind but I really want to try Tooth of the Arrow this year and Iím anxious to see how the new collarless Rage mechanicals perform.
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Old 07-25-2019, 08:38 AM
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Whatís everyoneís favourite fixed blade broadhead. If you can sell me on mechanical then Iíll try switching but I hate buying o-rings every time and I like to take out every variable that could go wrong such as them not opening, thatís why I stick with fixed blade.


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Dude, thatís exactly my perspective on mechanicals. Archery hunting has always been a demonstration of Murphyís law: anything that can go wrong, will go wrong.

After almost 20 years of shooting, Iíve arrived at Montec and Montec strykers. They group like a field point and pile up animals just as well as anything. The only shortcoming Iíve had with them was due to operator error.


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