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#5954270 - 09/30/15 10:34 AM For you bowhunters
sunsetroosters Offline
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Registered: 10/11/12
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What mechanical broad head shoots the truest to a field tip, and which one is your favorite?


Edited by sunsetroosters (09/30/15 10:48 AM)

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#5954278 - 09/30/15 10:36 AM Re: For you bowhunters [Re: sunsetroosters]
Navasot Offline
Natty Love

Registered: 09/22/11
Posts: 26817
Loc: Normangee/Navasota TX
killzone.. but its going to be different per bow/shooter
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#5954302 - 09/30/15 10:48 AM Re: For you bowhunters [Re: sunsetroosters]
sunsetroosters Offline
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I have never used a mechanical before.

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#5954314 - 09/30/15 10:55 AM Re: For you bowhunters [Re: sunsetroosters]
Aggieman775 Offline
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Registered: 04/24/15
Posts: 620
Loc: Pittsburg, TX
I don't use mechanical anymore. Since the blades come out when it hits an animal I don't think the penetration power is as good. Don't think they can brake bone.
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#5954344 - 09/30/15 11:10 AM Re: For you bowhunters [Re: sunsetroosters]
ChanceHuiet Offline
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Registered: 01/23/08
Posts: 104
Mechanical no clue, truest to field tip and my favorite is the QAD Exodus

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#5954353 - 09/30/15 11:14 AM Re: For you bowhunters [Re: sunsetroosters]
phantom Offline
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Registered: 10/14/08
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Loc: dfw
We outlawed them on our property. we had to many bad experiences with them. Go fixed blade you wont regret


Edited by brianl (09/30/15 11:15 AM)
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#5954370 - 09/30/15 11:23 AM Re: For you bowhunters [Re: sunsetroosters]
txshntr Offline
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Registered: 09/24/10
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I have shot mechanical for years, Spitfire. Never had an issue. Great arrow flight, most have been complete pass thru, and good blood trails. I have shot two Kansas bucks that field dressed 240 and the other wasn't weighed, but was bigger.

It comes down to shot placement and angles. A broadhead isn't going to make up for a poor shot or poor decision.

Granted, there are a few I have tried over the years and have no confidence in them and would never recommend.
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#5954387 - 09/30/15 11:31 AM Re: For you bowhunters [Re: sunsetroosters]
BOBO the Clown Offline
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Registered: 04/19/07
Posts: 41970
Loc: Metroplex
Not all heads are equal goes for mech and fixed.

I personally think the late ulmer edge is the most robust mech head ever made.


I think penetration with any head has more factors to it then blades opening. Cutting diameter, sharpness, blade angle etc.

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#5954402 - 09/30/15 11:39 AM Re: For you bowhunters [Re: sunsetroosters]
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I shoot rocket sidewinders....love them
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#5954480 - 09/30/15 12:22 PM Re: For you bowhunters [Re: sunsetroosters]
jshouse Offline
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Registered: 01/24/10
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Loc: Rockwall
killed my buck last year with a spitfire, it left a massive hole on both sides
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#5954509 - 09/30/15 12:42 PM Re: For you bowhunters [Re: jshouse]
ChrisB Offline
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Registered: 12/20/06
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Loc: Prosper , TX
We outlawed fixed heads this year. Tired of the long tacking jobs with little to no blood, poor arrow flight and small cutting diameters.

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#5954520 - 09/30/15 12:45 PM Re: For you bowhunters [Re: ChrisB]
ChrisB Offline
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Registered: 12/20/06
Posts: 927
Loc: Prosper , TX
Grim Reaper makes some very good heads. No rubber bands to fool with and I have never seen one not open. Their Fatal Steel heads fly perfect to your field points. The 2 inch cutters make huge holes in deer and usually drop them within sight.

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#5954557 - 09/30/15 01:13 PM Re: For you bowhunters [Re: sunsetroosters]
Duke4456 Offline
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Registered: 09/29/15
Posts: 143
Loc: Naples Tx
Rage two blade can't tell a difference between them and my field points never lost a deer I have shot with one. Do prefer fixed blade for pigs though.
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#5954561 - 09/30/15 01:16 PM Re: For you bowhunters [Re: phantom]
Navasot Offline
Natty Love

Registered: 09/22/11
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Loc: Normangee/Navasota TX
Originally Posted By: brianl
We outlawed them on our property. we had to many bad experiences with them. Go fixed blade you wont regret
wtf
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#5954571 - 09/30/15 01:23 PM Re: For you bowhunters [Re: sunsetroosters]
Navasot Offline
Natty Love

Registered: 09/22/11
Posts: 26817
Loc: Normangee/Navasota TX
to many are worried about a pass through when 6inches of penetration max is all you need... and the entry/exit wounds mechanicals make are second to none with blood trails... last 5 animals iv shot with mechanicals went less than 50yrds.. shot a big pig that went literally 5 steps.. now I will say I shoot whatevers cheapest at pigs.. and fixed are good and cheap and usually will take a few more hits... still dosnt outweigh the plusses for deer hunting though
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