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    Nate,
    I would like to see how a some the higher end nock off cabelas or bass pro brands compare to their more expensive competitors. Especially the Cabelas FX-3's compared to the Muzzy's in similar style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rob P View Post
    Nate,
    I would like to see how a some the higher end nock off cabelas or bass pro brands compare to their more expensive competitors. Especially the Cabelas FX-3's compared to the Muzzy's in similar style.
    +1 I just started bow hunting and it would be nice to see how some of the budget stuff compares. My wife is starting to add up stuff in her head and I know I'm reaching the boiling point so a less expensive product that performs well would rank higher on my list than an expensive product that performs great.

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    Buzzcut. Whats the test entail?
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    I have been putting the VPA Terminators to my own tests, but would like to also hear your results on them. I have no need for mech. since they are illegal where I hunt.
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    Mossy Oak, Carbon Express, Parker Bows, Copper John, Montana Decoys and VPA Broadheads.

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    I've also found the VPA Terminator to be the ultimate broadhead. You can't argue with a 3 blade cut on contact design, and VPA makes them CNC machined from solid steel. Its the toughest head I've ever tested, but I'd like to see your results too.

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    Jeez Nate give it a rest already.
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    try the abowyer heads....single bevel fixed blades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MarkTheFark View Post
    I have also noticed that noise when shooting them, but I mic'd up a camera down range and couldn't tell much difference when compared to field points while being on the "receiving" end.
    I've done this as well. I set up a video camera downrange and shot right over the top of it. I couldn't tell the difference between field points, Rage, Montec, and Tekan IIs. It seems the vanes make the majority of the noise.

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    muzys, I think there tough and there economical compared to some it would be intresting to see how they all stack up

 

 

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