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    VPA Broadheads

    Got six vented 100gr, ran them over a dmt stone and a strop and they're beyond shaving sharp. The VPAs spin perfect. They also seem exponentially more durable and precisely manufactured than my cs montecs but wish they had a lower profile like the montec. Highly recommend them for anyone who wants a fixed blade broadhead. Not to take away from magnus or g5 as both are top notch, but having the assurance of a single machined piece of steel is nice for the 355 days a year spent planning.

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    Those heads seem indestructible. I think that they are much better than the montec. Cast metal vs. machined metal= machined metal is going to win every time. I'm starting to hear about a few montecs breaking, and that made me nervous so I'm staying away from them.

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    Liked the design on the montecs but even on the cs the metal seemed soft and everything had rounded edges, most likely from how the manufacturing process has to be on MIM components. One broadhead even had a point that was recessed so when on a stone it only touched the end of the blades. I could get the montecs shaving sharp with effort but the vpas seem to be a higher grade steel. For anyone who isnt into gimic broadheads good choices include g5 montec, magnus snuffer, nap hell razor and vpa terminator. Of those the terminators only flaw is no one carries them on hand nearby.

 

 

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