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    Favorite broadhead

    What broadhead do you guys like to hunt with? I personally hunt with the 100g. Wac'em triton.

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    I also use Wac'ems, i use both the 100 grain triton and the Exit, love them both.

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    Of course......Wac'em.
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    I tried wacems last season. The blade strength kind of turned me off. I loved how they flew and were sharp as all get out. But after missing an antelope and going to recover the arrow 3/4 of the blades had snapped. I then went running back to the montecs.
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    I have been shooting the G5 T3's and have been really happy. With that said I'm thinking about switching back to the Montecs for ease of hunting states that don't allow mechanicals.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjsmallfield View Post
    I have been shooting the G5 T3's and have been really happy. With that said I'm thinking about switching back to the Montecs for ease of hunting states that don't allow mechanicals.
    I don't exactly trust mechanicals. I've herd to many bad stories about them not opening up.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archerycrazy View Post
    I don't exactly trust mechanicals. I've herd to many bad stories about them not opening up.
    I haven't had a problem with them not opening yet and I have shot over 20 animals with them. I have heard alot of those stories as well but haven't seen it first hand. (example) A friend of mine lost a deer a few years ago with a mechanical and started telling everyone that he didn't think the broadhead opened. He didn't bother to mention that he hit the buck in the hindquarter. All I'm saying is that those heads are pretty well tested and that alot of the bad reviews you read may be from guys making excuses for poor shots.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hardstalk View Post
    I tried wacems last season. The blade strength kind of turned me off. I loved how they flew and were sharp as all get out. But after missing an antelope and going to recover the arrow 3/4 of the blades had snapped. I then went running back to the montecs.
    A Friend Of Mine Shot A Concrete Wall With A Wacem Broadhead And None Of The Blades Snaped Off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sjsmallfield View Post
    I haven't had a problem with them not opening yet and I have shot over 20 animals with them. I have heard alot of those stories as well but haven't seen it first hand. (example) A friend of mine lost a deer a few years ago with a mechanical and started telling everyone that he didn't think the broadhead opened. He didn't bother to mention that he hit the buck in the hindquarter. All I'm saying is that those heads are pretty well tested and that alot of the bad reviews you read may be from guys making excuses for poor shots.
    I have a problem with premature opening. Ive personally watched my own arrows tipped with rage float off like a plane when they open before they hit the target.
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    I've been shooting T3's for a few seasons now, and have been pleased with them so far. They've performed well on game, but I'm not 100% satisfied with the blades staying on the clips. I really liked shooting Monteks, but hated how I could never get them as sharp as I wanted. The T3's are very sharp, fly very straight, and really cut through game.
    I shot Rages for 1 season, it's the worst broadhead I've ever had the experience using.. Smoked a whitetail doe through both lungs, going in high lung on the near side, and exiting on the low side of the far lung. She left almost no blood, I was lucky to find her. Also shot two coyotes, double lunging both, that left no blood, and I didn't recover. Gave that head the benefit of the doubt too many times.
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