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Old 02-11-2008, 02:20 PM
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I finally got a chance to try out my bullheads after setting up my new xt. To say I am impressed is an understatement. My bow was not tuned for these arrows at all.

I grabbed them out of the pile because they were about 3" longer than my others. These are pse carbon force arrows and my usuals are goldtip 55/75.

I screwed them on. The first shot was with a 4 blade stinger (on the right in first photo) and the next was the bullhead (bullseye)

As you can see in the second photo it got great penetration through my black hole target. Not quite as much as the stinger but it went all the way thru and went about another 6"

My bow isnt even quite sighted in yet which is even more incredible. What broadhead am I using this spring? Bullhead of course!

I will have some buzzcuts in case I want to take a body shot but I flinging some bullheads for sure. This was 15 yds. in my back yard. I know they will fly great alot further than that but my shots are going to be 15-25 yds. on turkeys most likely.

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Old 02-11-2008, 02:48 PM
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how do you know that the stinger isnt the one that is right onand the bullhead is the one that is off if your bow isnt even sited in perfectly yet????
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Old 02-11-2008, 03:45 PM
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uh because I only shot two arrows and I know which one was which

Trust me they are killer. A guy on the mathews forum was shooting them accurately out to 60 yds.


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Old 02-11-2008, 06:41 PM
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ORIGINAL: thehairlessone

I finally got a chance to try out my bullheads after setting up my new xt. To say I am impressed is an understatement. My bow was not tuned for these arrows at all.

I grabbed them out of the pile because they were about 3" longer than my others. These are pse carbon force arrows and my usuals are goldtip 55/75.

I screwed them on. The first shot was with a 4 blade stinger (on the right in first photo) and the next was the bullhead (bullseye)

As you can see in the second photo it got great penetration through my black hole target. Not quite as much as the stinger but it went all the way thru and went about another 6"

My bow isnt even quite sighted in yet which is even more incredible. What broadhead am I using this spring? Bullhead of course!

I will have some buzzcuts in case I want to take a body shot but I flinging some bullheads for sure. This was 15 yds. in my back yard. I know they will fly great alot further than that but my shots are going to be 15-25 yds. on turkeys most likely.

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are your field points hittin bullseye or are they hittin somewhere else cuz if your fieldpoints are hittin good then what you said in post #1 dosent make sense? but anyways congrats on finding a good BH and good luck.
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Old 02-11-2008, 09:03 PM
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I didnt shoot field tips or sight in or anything. I just wanted to see how they would shoot out of an arrow that I just grabbed out of the stack. Obviously, I dont recommend using a bow that isnt tuned but i was just fooling around.

When it gets closer to season I will get setup for those arrows and I will be ready to rock n' roll.

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