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Thread: Sonic Pro Test

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    Sonic Pro Test

    Hi All here is a test i did using the sonic pro 100 grains 1" cut shot at a 1x4 shooting a mathews lx set at 65 pounds @ 25 yards.I was verry impressed by how well it did i knew it would do great but i was again blown away there is no doubt the sonics penetrate anything in the wild you will shoot at.






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    Sonic Pro Test

    great harvest pics Chris looks like you got a good shot on him!

    what did he score and how old was he? :lol:

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    Sonic Pro Test

    did u ever get the arrow out of that peace of wood? because i've tried it and they suck to get out lol
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    The harvest was good it smelled like a toothpick and almost looked like one without the point ?? O'well but yes i did get it out of the wood i split it right down the middle and she poped out
    “If we're not supposed to eat animals, how come they're made out of meat?”

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    Re: Sonic Pro Test

    I plan on giving the buckmasters a try.


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    Re: Sonic Pro Test

    I tried the Buckmasters broadheads this year, they flew great in the yard but I choked three times early in October and missed deer with all of them and dulled the three broadheads I had. As soon I get close to a place to buy replacement blades I am going to try them again in late season.
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    Re: Sonic Pro Test

    Next year I think I'm going to make a change. I want to get everything set up better on my bow and try shooting out past 40 yards more.
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    Re: Sonic Pro Test

    I now have a new package of Sonic 125's that a fellow in Higginsport, Ohio gave me. Even though I don't shoot 125 grain I'm gonna see how much different they fly than my 100 grain and probably bring them to the campout to use. Anybody have any guess on how much diff from 100 grain heads? I'm assuming I will shoot a little low with them.
    "...the deepest, most permanent features of all great moments outside are the names, faces, descriptions, and emotions. The antlers on the wall...well, they're just bones affixed to boards. But what they represent, however, is flesh and blood - fathers and sons, friends spending time with friends and the the seasons of life when the people we love were still with us. These old antlers on the wall...well, take a seat, my friend, and I'll tell you all about them." -Rev. Zeke Pipher


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    Re: Sonic Pro Test

    Good Stuff! I did try one of these heads at a target a few times last summer and they flew great. Any word on whether or not they'll venture into the mechanical market?
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    Re: Sonic Pro Test

    Quote Originally Posted by heritage hunters
    Any word on whether or not they'll venture into the mechanical market?
    if i had to guess i would say no, what they put on the market now is top-notch(IMO)!!! but with the way companies expand these days, they may test the expandable broadhead market... who knows!!!
    Truth be told, this world is full of hunters with the ability to accomplish their hunting goals on their own. Yet the majority of hunters in this world have no knowledge of their true hunting abilities. Commitment and sacrifice are seen as something that is just out of reach or maybe not a choice. Failure is not an option to these hunters and they believe hunting success lies only in the kill. Should these hunters realize that they CAN commit, they CAN sacrifice and that failure is something that should be expected, they too will realize that they CAN do it on their own and they will experience success the way it should be experienced........ DIY STYLE!!!

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