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    You may find this video interesting.

    http://youtu.be/FTTGcB5OFy8

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    Quote Originally Posted by DryFlyGuy View Post
    You may find this video interesting.

    http://youtu.be/FTTGcB5OFy8
    That is a pretty cool test. Thanks for sharing the link. Did I miss the yardage they were shooting at or did they not mention it. I know it really doesn't matter just was wondering.

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    My 2 cents is it largely depends on your set up, what works great out of you buddies set up/arrow combo might not work so well for you so you really have to go out and experiment for yourself. that being said it never hurts to get a feel for what does work for other guys. Personally I like the muzzy mx3 and magnus striker/buzzcut fly like field points for me and blood trails.

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    I am shooting my grim reapers and am planning on sticking with them for a long time to come. i've taken a few deer with them anywhere from 20yrds to around 40. I've also taken a nice bull elk at 57 yrds. he only ran about 80-90 yrds and toppled over. I love them. It's going to be hard to get me to shoot something else. that being said, i know there a several really good bh's out there. you get what you pay for. rage and muzzy's i've always been told are excellent.

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    I love slick tricks. vipertricks specifically. cut on contact, all steel, bone crushers. I've killed bulls with both. I've seen the off shoulder of a bull elk get broken from a vipertrick at 35 yards. The arrow weighed 380 grains going 300 fps. Again, cut on contact is the way to go.

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    I have been a rage 3-blade guy going on 5 years now (on deer) now that I'm getting in elk hunting thinking of trying the wasp sst boss

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    There is a lot of good heads out there but personally i have been using Wac'em for about 8years, they just fly the best for me and are very durable and sharp, i started using the 3 blade triton then switched to the 4 blade Exit, both are great heads.

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    Ill give up all my hunting in Michigan for 2 weeks in the high country

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    Haven't shot the slick tricks but planning on it this year. A lot of guys I shoot with swear by them. Watched my buddy blow through a bull at 37 yds last year and the arrow stuck in a tree on the off side.. I was impressed with the hole and amount of blood


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    i have been using 100gr grim reaper hades and so far am very happy. have killed 2 bulls a deer and a bear oh and two turkeys but almost any of them would work for that. all my animals have fallen fast (bear and one of the elk only went 25 yards) and have had great blood trails.

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    Switched to Ram Cat 100gr last year. Before the switch I was using the Muzzy MX3, IMO both BH are great but the Ram Cat just flies a little better with my set up.

 

 

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