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#6097827 - 12/23/15 02:42 AM Slash Arrows
shotgunag Offline


Registered: 08/09/09
Posts: 24
Loc: Frisco, TX
Has anyone used the Slash Arrows. I shot a deer a couple of weeks ago with a Slash Arrow and my brother asked me if I had shot the buck with a rifle. Major internal bleeding. The Slash Arrow has a secondary set of blades imbedded in the shaft. They work great... wonder about the experiences of others.

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#6101358 - 12/25/15 11:36 AM Re: Slash Arrows [Re: shotgunag]
bighogg Offline
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Registered: 05/02/15
Posts: 29
That's a nice looking deer sir... I bet that was shot infront of a Cannon Feeder!!!!

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#6101730 - 12/25/15 05:45 PM Re: Slash Arrows [Re: shotgunag]
TonyinVA Offline
Pro Tracker

Registered: 03/24/14
Posts: 1967
Loc: Virginia, USA
Great looking deer.

Regarding the arrow, I cannot comment based on any sort of experience. I saw them advertised on a TV and assumed they (1) were another gimmick, (2) wondered about the spine, arrow flight, accuracy etc given it had the second set of blades embedded in the shaft, and (3) wondered about penetration and pass-thru. All that said, I am glad you had a good experience and look forward to see what others post.

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#6108276 - 12/29/15 02:47 PM Re: Slash Arrows [Re: shotgunag]
texashelms Offline
Tracker

Registered: 03/01/08
Posts: 533
Loc: Texas
Must have been a gut shot? I don't see any holes in chest area.

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#6124157 - 01/07/16 01:23 PM Re: Slash Arrows [Re: shotgunag]
PiePuncher Offline
Tracker

Registered: 09/18/09
Posts: 544
Loc: Fort Worth
How was the flight? That thing looks wicked. I'll stick to my gold tip and reapers but that thing just looks mean

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#6124398 - 01/07/16 03:45 PM Re: Slash Arrows [Re: shotgunag]
titan2232 Offline
Extreme Tracker

Registered: 12/29/14
Posts: 3718
Loc: Conroe, TX
Looks like the arrow would suddenly stop once the 2nd set of blades made contact. Hard enough getting a pass through with just one mechanical when any bone is encountered.
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#6137596 - 01/15/16 03:52 PM Re: Slash Arrows [Re: shotgunag]
Wes70 Offline
THF Trophy Hunter

Registered: 02/06/06
Posts: 6607
Loc: Springtown, TX
Met the guy in the bottom pic at the ATA show. Nice buck!

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#6152199 - 01/24/16 03:26 PM Re: Slash Arrows [Re: titan2232]
shotgunag Offline


Registered: 08/09/09
Posts: 24
Loc: Frisco, TX
The 2nd set of blades do not open until they are inside the animal. That is why the arrows maintain their kinetic energy.. The 2nd arrows DO NOT cut hide or hair... They cut soft internal tissue....

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#6152201 - 01/24/16 03:28 PM Re: Slash Arrows [Re: texashelms]
shotgunag Offline


Registered: 08/09/09
Posts: 24
Loc: Frisco, TX
I shot the deer quartering to me right behind the right shoulder. The exit wound is about 2 inches off of the picture... Not a gut shot.

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#6152212 - 01/24/16 03:30 PM Re: Slash Arrows [Re: bighogg]
shotgunag Offline


Registered: 08/09/09
Posts: 24
Loc: Frisco, TX
It was... about 10 minutes after it went off... The Cannon Feeder is amazing... www.cannonfeeder.com

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#6166786 - 02/02/16 06:24 PM Re: Slash Arrows [Re: titan2232]
BowMan59 Offline
Bird Dog

Registered: 07/21/11
Posts: 372
Originally Posted By: titan2232
Looks like the arrow would suddenly stop once the 2nd set of blades made contact. Hard enough getting a pass through with just one mechanical when any bone is encountered.


May be your selection of broad head, I killed this deer this year and one last year with basically the same shot, shoulder bone was involved in both and a pass though occurred on both. Both deer died within 50 yards.

Guess I could have just gotten lucky but I think broad head selection is the key.


Edited by BowMan59 (02/02/16 06:25 PM)

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