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Sabermaxx #2677281 10/20/11 12:08 AM
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What do yall think about them? good penetration?
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Trq7v7jEmss



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Re: Sabermaxx [Re: Jack Todd] #2677383 10/20/11 12:39 AM
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I would like to hear what someone that has used them in the field has to say...they look deadly but do the really work?


Re: Sabermaxx [Re: MBrown] #2677687 10/20/11 01:59 AM
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looks pretty cool to me. dont know anything about it tho


Re: Sabermaxx [Re: WLincoln] #2677761 10/20/11 02:21 AM
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I think they would be great...if you're hunting watermelons. I thought it was funny that in the video he says they are not slowed down by bone and will completely pass through your game and then the very next pictures shows a deer with the arrow still in him with about 4 inches of penetration. No way I would shoot one of those into a deer. I call bs


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