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#5510206 - 12/31/14 08:42 AM new 5'' cut broadhead
ellgrubb Offline


Registered: 07/21/09
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Loc: North DFW
Has anyone seen the commercial on the hunting channels for the broadhead that has a 5" cutting diameter? If so what is the name? Very Interesting.
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#5510404 - 12/31/14 10:33 AM Re: new 5'' cut broadhead [Re: ellgrubb]
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No.. But sounds like a bad idea.
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#5511256 - 12/31/14 05:38 PM Re: new 5'' cut broadhead [Re: Tactical Cowboy]
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Originally Posted By: Tactical Cowboy
No.. But sounds like a bad idea.


I gotta agree.... more friction to impede penetration and I'm always concerned with mechanicals and hitting bone.

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#5511308 - 12/31/14 05:55 PM Re: new 5'' cut broadhead [Re: ellgrubb]
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Probably the Toxic

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#5511402 - 12/31/14 06:33 PM Re: new 5'' cut broadhead [Re: ellgrubb]
wisco-hunter Offline
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Broadhead cutting diameter, is becoming like shaving razors, first you had one blade, then two, then three, and then 4...I don't know if there's more than that now I stopped at 3. When will it end, 6 inch diameter and a 12 bladed razor, too funny.
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#5511941 - 12/31/14 09:21 PM Re: new 5'' cut broadhead [Re: ellgrubb]
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From what i saw, it is a normal broadhead. The blades are in the arrow body itself and deploy on impact widening the cutting area. I saw them too and dont know what to think of them. I think my Hartcraft fixed blade ones will do plenty of damage....lol

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#5512479 - 01/01/15 08:26 AM Re: new 5'' cut broadhead [Re: ellgrubb]
cmc Offline
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It won't kill em any faster than a flint rock in the lungs.
I read where the guy that invented Rocket broadheads actually used two kitchen knife blades for his first expandable and it had 7" cut. Who knows? I think it's all stupid, just shoot razor sharp fixed into the organs and quit with all the, expand the zone. Here's an idea, practice and put the arrow where it should be.
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#5512700 - 01/01/15 10:29 AM Re: new 5'' cut broadhead [Re: cmc]
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Originally Posted By: cmc
It won't kill em any faster than a flint rock in the lungs.
I read where the guy that invented Rocket broadheads actually used two kitchen knife blades for his first expandable and it had 7" cut. Who knows? I think it's all stupid, just shoot razor sharp fixed into the organs and quit with all the, expand the zone. Here's an idea, practice and put the arrow where it should be.


i agree, to a point. if i manage to put the arrow where it should be i like knowing my 2" reapers are going to cut him open EXTRA good lol.
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#5512767 - 01/01/15 11:02 AM Re: new 5'' cut broadhead [Re: ellgrubb]
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Just a simple question if anyone else saw it. I practice and do fine with my 100 gr spitfires . But thanks
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#5512774 - 01/01/15 11:05 AM Re: new 5'' cut broadhead [Re: ellgrubb]
dgilbert Offline
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Originally Posted By: ellgrubb
Just a simple question if anyone else saw it. I practice and do fine with my 100 gr spitfires . But thanks


No I have not seen it nor can I even imagine it.

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#5512889 - 01/01/15 12:02 PM Re: new 5'' cut broadhead [Re: ellgrubb]
cmc Offline
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I have seen it and the big blades are in the shaft itself not the head, the way I understand it it's an arrow system not just a broadhead.
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#5513041 - 01/01/15 01:04 PM Re: new 5'' cut broadhead [Re: ellgrubb]
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If it's the one with the blade in the shaft there was a post on here with pics a month or so ago. The guy that posted is friends with the guy that came up with it. He got flamed since he was new but... he later sent a pic of a doe he took with it. Big hole no doubt.

"I gotta agree.... more friction to impede penetration and I'm always concerned with mechanicals and hitting bone."

I had the same concern but took a doe last weekend with the Grim Reaper 2" Whitetail Special. The shot was too far forward and still blew through the shoulder but barely pierced the other side of the chest cavity. It caused massive hemorrhaging and she went 125 yds or less. The GR has the same type trocar point that the Muzzy's do shattered the shoulder bone and the blades deployed completely. I'm sold.
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#5513163 - 01/01/15 01:59 PM Re: new 5'' cut broadhead [Re: ellgrubb]
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Hopefully can see again will post name . It's on one of the two big outdoors networks . Not a infomercial lol.
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#5513242 - 01/01/15 02:39 PM Re: new 5'' cut broadhead [Re: cmc]
dgilbert Offline
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Originally Posted By: cmc
I have seen it and the big blades are in the shaft itself not the head, the way I understand it it's an arrow system not just a broadhead.


Someone posted one of them here the other day.

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#5513300 - 01/01/15 03:04 PM Re: new 5'' cut broadhead [Re: ellgrubb]
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Was it this one ?

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http://slasharrows.com/


Edited by kmon1 (01/01/15 03:04 PM)
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