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    I am eating the sentences stating the wacem will not even come close to passsing the 1" ring test. it will be close and it might pass the test, with a D!. maybe A for creativity.

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    we grade on a curve!

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    Cant complain about a curve. Especially with 6 points on one side of the curve!

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    If they are legal and they kill elk, I think they are good to go.

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    Thanks for the input everybody.

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    The wakems will definately not pass the 1" ring test. Not even close.
    You are incorrect, sir. I've tested several with a 1" ring.....

    The Wac'em is a very reliable head made out of machined metal (not forged using the MIM process). It is probably the best flying replaceable bladed head I've tested over the years. It also has an incredible track record of putting critters on the ground with good blood trails. It is also the original with it's cut-on-contact design with replaceable blades.....several have copied it since it's inception.
    BOHNTR )))----------->

    B&C / P&Y Official Measurer

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    Thanks for the input BOHNTR. I stand corrected. The excellent reputation of these broadheads is what drove me to purchase them initially. Im still on the fence though. but arrow flight is a huge consideration. These broadheads being a little small is of no consiquence if they can deliver an accurate shot to the boiler room.

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    I have put down two elk with them, both went down quickly within 100 yds. One was a double lung on a 5x5 bull, and the other went through the shoulder blade on a second year cow, and that was a 45 yard broadside shot.

    I'm very happy with them for durability and accuracy.

    Best of Luck,
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    Thanks, for the success story Elkmengear!

 

 

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