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    Senior Member Mightymet's Avatar
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    I got the NAP killzones. I put them on Easton axis H.I.T 400 shafts with blazers and tracer knocks. They fly awesome. I use a HHA adjustable sight. So I had to sight in at 60 yards. They were perfect.


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    im using the stinger 100 grain im trying sumthin different from the usual rage broadheads. not complaining bout the rage but my wallet is having a hard time with em this yr lol
    there is only one way to do it, nock em dead!

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    I'm using 100 grain grim reaper razorcut SS.

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    CE Heritage 150 shaft, 30.5" long with VPA 175 grain three blade broadhead

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    Iím all about impact and accuracy. Speed, not so much. I attached a few examples of what a fixed broadhead has done for me. Vital shot placement and patience are what I believe has made me most successful throughout my hunts. Practice, practice, practice and practice different scenarios is my best advice for anyone who bow hunts regardless what broadhead/bow you use. Someday youíll never know if you have to shoot something other than a big deer. I love shooting my compound bow and I practice all year long to keep my confidence high. I absolutely love it!

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    I am using 100 grain rage 2 blades. I really like them. They fly just like my field points. And what a wound channel!

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    After using them last year and performing so well, with qaurting shots as well. Swhackers!!!!!!! I love them, switched from rages. Watching the broad head test also makes me feel better.
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    i have 3 arrows rage 100 gr 2 blade and 3 arrows muzzy 3 blade 100 gr...my longer shots ill use rage shorter shots muzzy
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    I have used the 100 grain rage broadheads for 3 years now and love them. This year i put them on Easton fmj arrows so I'm pumped to let one fly.

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