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Broken blade in Tekan, reason to switch or head id its job?

Old 09-29-2009, 02:02 PM
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Default Broken blade in Tekan, reason to switch or head id its job?

I posted last week on my first deer taken with a mech., the G5 tekan. I got a complete pass through, it left an awesome blood trail and a huge entrance wound. However one of the blades completely snapped off on contact with a rib. Hence, my exit hole was smaller, but still about the same size as a muzzy hole.

For some reason it bothers me a little that something didnt work like it should. Is this a reason to go back to fixed or should I see it as the head did its job and things like that happen?
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Old 09-29-2009, 02:31 PM
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Head did its job sounds like to me. Hard to say what happened to that head while inside that animal and caused it to break.
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