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Red Head arrows/ broadheads? #2640470 10/07/11 05:59 PM
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Does anyone have experience with Bass Pro Red Head arrows and/ or broadheads? I am needing to pick up a 1/2 dozen and was looking at these arrows:

http://www.basspro.com/RedHeadŽ-Carbon-Fury&153;-Arrows-4-DuraVanes/product/47931/67121

and these broadheads:

http://www.basspro.com/RedHead-Blackout-...ct/79674/131861

I'm sure there are "bigger and better" out there, but I've got a family member employeed by BPS and he gets a heck of a deal on Red Head labeled merchandise.

Thank you for any reviews you can provide.






Last edited by tejaschaos; 10/07/11 06:01 PM.
Re: Red Head arrows/ broadheads? [Re: tejaschaos] #2640784 10/07/11 08:09 PM
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I wouldn't. Made that mistake once. The arrows don't group as well and after a couple of months of practice the nocs were falling out on the shot.



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