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#5945608 - 09/25/15 01:26 AM Carbon express torrid broad head for bow season
jtprocaddie Offline
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Registered: 12/22/13
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Just bought these and I was very skeptical due to the low price of 15.00 for three. Super sharp and fly true! Passed right through the hog I killed tonight to test them out. Made a NICE entrance and very nice exit wound. Huge blood trail and was easy to follow. 1.5 inch three blade cut. Great broad heads for 15.00 for three. Excited to try them next Saturday on a deer.











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#5945633 - 09/25/15 05:51 AM Re: Carbon express torrid broad head for bow season [Re: jtprocaddie]
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Looks like a decent hole.
Congrats on the hog
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#5945721 - 09/25/15 07:41 AM Re: Carbon express torrid broad head for bow season [Re: jtprocaddie]
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Very nice, may give it a shot next time I biy. Thanks for the post
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#5945821 - 09/25/15 08:37 AM Re: Carbon express torrid broad head for bow season [Re: jtprocaddie]
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That's a small pig. It may have performed well on it's thin skin and small bones but I would try one on the shoulder of a hundred pound or bigger one to see how it does before I gave it too good of reviews.

Great shot on that pig though.
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#5945866 - 09/25/15 08:59 AM Re: Carbon express torrid broad head for bow season [Re: jtprocaddie]
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I bought some of them for pigs a few years ago, once in hand I was not comfortable with their construction. Hopefully that has improved. I'm glad they worked for you though and they do have a good price.
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#5945910 - 09/25/15 09:18 AM Re: Carbon express torrid broad head for bow season [Re: jtprocaddie]
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Registered: 12/22/13
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yeah the pic was about 70 lbs.. Unfortunately the place I go does not have an abundance for large hogs. But then again the 70 lbs ones seem to taste better. The place I got is 200.00 for three hogs. and no kill no pay. If you do not kill all three in one night he lets you come back for a re hunt until all 3 are killed. The first night I went I killed two in the first hour, and easily could have killed a third, but did not want to clean 3 at one time haha

I will not be back until after my first few deer hunts, but with how easily it flew through I am confident it will pass through a deer with no problem. I will buy more. ON another positive they use a small thin rubber band to hold the three blades in lace, so easy to find replacement rubber bands (the rubber bands for braces are perfect size.
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#5946764 - 09/25/15 05:33 PM Re: Carbon express torrid broad head for bow season [Re: jtprocaddie]
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Good place.
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