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Broadheads #7981781 09/21/20 01:11 AM
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What kind of broadheads are you using?

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Depends on the bow, what bow and poundage are you shooting?

Rage 125gr hypodermic in the crossbow and keep one with 125gr G5 Montec in quiver for hogs, one of those has killed one deer,4 hogs and a rattle snake.

Compound G5 125gr and 125gr Rage hypodermic

Recurve 150gr Magnus Stinger

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Mainstream news might be fun to watch
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I'm using the Rage Hypodermic NC for deer.

Re: Broadheads [Re: kmon11] #7981968 09/21/20 03:44 AM
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Bear G2 Cruzer. 70# draw but is dialed back some.


Originally Posted by kmon1
Depends on the bow, what bow and poundage are you shooting?

Rage 125gr hypodermic in the crossbow and keep one with 125gr G5 Montec in quiver for hogs, one of those has killed one deer,4 hogs and a rattle snake.

Compound G5 125gr and 125gr Rage hypodermic

Recurve 150gr Magnus Stinger

Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #7982098 09/21/20 12:31 PM
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Grizzly 150g two bladed cut on contact 2 2/3 long 1" wide. Because Pas Thru is Everything with traditional.

Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #7982306 09/21/20 03:07 PM
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I've been using Rage Hypodermics for years. No complaints.


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The Montec G5 is a killer.


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I’ve been using Grim Reapers and rage for deer. Using NAP hellrazors for hogs.

Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #7982865 09/21/20 09:49 PM
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I've been using rocket sidewinders and Wasp Jackhammers.


This year gonna try the Rage Trypan and 3 Blade Chisel tip. I still like the Wasp Jackhammers though.


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Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #7983321 09/22/20 02:48 AM
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100 grain NAP spitfire. Double digit deer kills and all have been good short blood trails.

Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #7983585 09/22/20 01:43 PM
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http://buyflyingarrow.com/toxic-100-grain/
This is what I use, with success


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Originally Posted by Kevin Heath
http://buyflyingarrow.com/toxic-100-grain/
This is what I use, with success


How are the blood trails with that head? 7/8th’s cutting diameter is pretty small


For it is not the quarry that we truly seek, but the adventure.
Re: Broadheads [Re: Archer Anthony] #7984159 09/22/20 06:58 PM
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Originally Posted by Archer Anthony
I've been using Rage Hypodermics for years. No complaints.


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Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #7985688 09/23/20 07:57 PM
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This will be my first year bow hunting. I'm going the heavy arrow route and will be shooting 200gr Grizzly Stick Maasai single bevel broadheads, total arrow weight at 571 grains. We'll see how things go deer2

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Slick Trick all day long!

Re: Broadheads [Re: richard-ssv] #7990573 09/28/20 12:13 PM
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Originally Posted by richard-ssv
This will be my first year bow hunting. I'm going the heavy arrow route and will be shooting 200gr Grizzly Stick Maasai single bevel broadheads, total arrow weight at 571 grains. We'll see how things go deer2

curious. Whats your draw weight and length. Thats alot of arrow.


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100 grain spitfire with bow and 100 grain Slick Trick with Xbow.


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Re: Broadheads [Re: Archer Anthony] #7991116 09/28/20 08:05 PM
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60 lbs at 28"

I'm new to archery, so as I was doing my best to educate myself online I came across a guy on YouTube called the Ranch Fairy. He has some pretty compelling videos about arrow weight and FOC as they pertain to passthrough. He provided enough data to make me want to take this route and give it a try. I chose Grizzly Stick because they also subscribe to Dr. Ashby's research that the Ranch Fairy covers. They built my arrow set up based on my draw weight and length.

While practicing in my garage (from 20 yards out) I was a little high and hit the shallow end of my wedge bag target. The arrow went through the bag and buried 2" deep into a 4x4 leg on my workbench.

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Originally Posted by richard-ssv
60 lbs at 28"

I'm new to archery, so as I was doing my best to educate myself online I came across a guy on YouTube called the Ranch Fairy. He has some pretty compelling videos about arrow weight and FOC as they pertain to passthrough. He provided enough data to make me want to take this route and give it a try. I chose Grizzly Stick because they also subscribe to Dr. Ashby's research that the Ranch Fairy covers. They built my arrow set up based on my draw weight and length.

While practicing in my garage (from 20 yards out) I was a little high and hit the shallow end of my wedge bag target. The arrow went through the bag and buried 2" deep into a 4x4 leg on my workbench.

Make sure and practice your yardages real well. That arrow is going to drop like a rock.

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On mechanical I’m a Evolution HYDE guy and ulmer

On fixed a run a combo of Solid and Ironwill. Think Im down to one solid left, after that I’ll just stick to iron will


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I’m getting really good groups at 10, 20, & 30 yards. I don’t plan to shoot beyond that until I’m get some more practice under my belt.

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Originally Posted by richard-ssv
I’m getting really good groups at 10, 20, & 30 yards. I don’t plan to shoot beyond that until I’m get some more practice under my belt.

Best advice even if you arent going to shoot at longer ranges. Make it a habit to practice at longer ranges. I typically shoot my bow starting at 70 yards and work my way in. This will help train your muscles to hold that pin steady. As you move in you will find the 30 and 40 yard shots to be easy. Thats assuming you are shooting a multi pin or adjustable pin sight. I shoot a single pin trophy ridge. Once i started shooting longer distances in practice my confidence has increased dramatically. Also i really like watching John Dudley on youtube. Nock on Archery is the channel. He also likes the heavy arrow setup. I have found more success with a lighter arrow. I shoot Gold Tip Kinetic Pierce Platinum 340 spine and a 100gr broadhead. No penetration problems. 70lb draw 30"


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Originally Posted by Archer Anthony
Originally Posted by richard-ssv
I’m getting really good groups at 10, 20, & 30 yards. I don’t plan to shoot beyond that until I’m get some more practice under my belt.

Best advice even if you arent going to shoot at longer ranges. Make it a habit to practice at longer ranges. I typically shoot my bow starting at 70 yards and work my way in. This will help train your muscles to hold that pin steady. As you move in you will find the 30 and 40 yard shots to be easy. Thats assuming you are shooting a multi pin or adjustable pin sight. I shoot a single pin trophy ridge. Once i started shooting longer distances in practice my confidence has increased dramatically. Also i really like watching John Dudley on youtube. Nock on Archery is the channel. He also likes the heavy arrow setup. I have found more success with a lighter arrow. I shoot Gold Tip Kinetic Pierce Platinum 340 spine and a 100gr broadhead. No penetration problems. 70lb draw 30"


Thanks for the tips, I’ll certainly give practicing at longer range a try.

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The Montec G5 is a killer.

This is what I use. 100 grains. Diamond Edge SB1. I have it set around 65lbs.


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GrimReaper Hybrids.”Watch’em Drop”

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