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    Nate,

    With it being March Madness and all, why don't you hold a tournament? By that, I mean pick out several criteria with a weighted scale. Seed one side of the bracket with fixed blades and the other side with mechanicals. Run the broadheads through a first round of tests and advance half the field to the next tests. So on and so forth until you have a championship between fixed and mechanicals.

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    Wac'em Exit , looking forward to reading it.

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    Nate, I would like to see how the Ramcat's hold up in the head to head test>
    Thanks Troy

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    Carbon Express F-15 Fix Blades

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    If your still interested - I use the Magnus two blade 125gr. Seems pretty tough to me. Priced around $25 per pack
    "If you choose not to decide, you still have made a choice."

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    Magnus stinger4 blade and the buzz cuts, thank you!

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    I took my first archery elk last year with G5 T3 broadheads. I drew a great Wyoming elk tag and was nervous hearing about failures in the field from failures with mechanicals. After rifle hunting all my life I could not believe the blood trail from those broadheads. I didn't make a great shot and had to track the bull about a 1/4 mile, but you could tell everytime he stopped it looked like Friday the 13th. For all the advantages of a mechanical, and my personal experience, I can't see hunting with a fixed broadhead.

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    Wac'em Exits work well. They do exactly as they are named, no checkin in just checkin out. But Brittle.
    Nate,
    How about aftershockarchery.com their line up has some nice ones. I personally use the Maniacs.

    I like the idea of Dryflyguy. Use the hooter shooter and weed out the ones that just dont perform.
    No tuning allowed on the head, only right out of the box performance!!!!
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    Magnus stinger4 blade, thank you!
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    THEBUGLER,
    I shot a bear with magnus stingers 125 gr. and did not go 30 yards awsome broadhead but could not get them to fly through a different bow and forgot about them. Stingers are close to buzzcut same general design.

 

 

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