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    The Ulmer Edge

    Who's excited to try out the Ulmer Edge come hunting season? They look like a well built strong head that was designed very well.
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    I'm going to try it. Kind of excited to tinker with them

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    I think I'm sold on trying them out also. shooting montec CS's right now, but those ulmer heads are way too tempting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by joshd View Post
    I think I'm sold on trying them out also. shooting montec CS's right now, but those ulmer heads are way too tempting.
    I have the same heads and am thinking the same thing!
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    We can only use fixed blade broadheads in Oregon, but if I draw Arizona, I plan to get some. Everything I have heard about them in the field testing has been great.

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    I think I'll stick with the G5 montecs. I'm not a big fan of mechanical broadheads because there is a chance that they could not expand. With a fixed broadhead, you know that if you put in the right spot, the animal is done!

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    Is there a link to where they will be available for purchase?

    Does anyone know when they will be available to the public?

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    If they are mechanical I will pass. After 25 years of field testing I have found fixed blade heads to perform perfectly when used properly. Hard to imagine improving on perfection!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Umpqua Hunter View Post
    We can only use fixed blade broadheads in Oregon, but if I draw Arizona, I plan to get some. Everything I have heard about them in the field testing has been great.
    What is the reason Or only allows fixed blades?

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    Dan Evans said they should be ready to order by April 10.
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