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Beginning to get into archery #5449871 11/30/14 08:24 PM
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So I recently purchased a mission craze compound and got it set up at the bow shop. I'm pulling around 40 lbs and 25 inch draw (I'm only 14). I shoot 500 vain arrows with 100 grain tips. What broadheads should I use


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Re: Beginning to get into archery [Re: Jtmeeks] #5449979 11/30/14 09:55 PM
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Magnus 2 or thunderhead.


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Rage, thunderhead, and muzzy broad heads have all worked for me. Just your preference. Kill a deer and you will be hooked. Good luck!!!!!!



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Re: Beginning to get into archery [Re: Jtmeeks] #5450220 12/01/14 12:30 AM
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Thanks guys. I'm just lacking in info so I will take any tips and tricks I can get! Hopefully I will be good enough to deer hunt after rifle season. I'm gettin my groups tighter by the day banana


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Re: Beginning to get into archery [Re: Jtmeeks] #5454888 12/03/14 01:35 AM
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At your draw length and weight a good non-mechanical head is probably your best bet. Magnus, Muzzy are a couple of proven brands that come to mind.


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At your draw length and weight a good non-mechanical head is probably your best bet. Magnus, Muzzy are a couple of proven brands that come to mind.


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Re: Beginning to get into archery [Re: Jtmeeks] #5470152 12/11/14 12:54 AM
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Im happy with the two blade Rage, I have found every deer I've have ever shot with them. most dropped within 40 yards only one I had a gut shot on and went 100 yards and had to leave over night but found him the next day.

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