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Old 10-26-2010, 10:43 PM
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Just wondering if anybody has used these and if so what did you think about them. I was looking at them the other day and I like the idea that the point goes in about an inch or so before the blades deploy to help out with deflection on quartering shots. Also the 2 and a quarter inch cutting diameter on the 125s would probably deal some serious damage on a deer. I want to know the good and the bad and thanks in advance!!
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Old 10-27-2010, 03:08 AM
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I've killed a hog, a Coues deer, a blacktail with them. They fly very well, and I like the design. However, as with everything in life, there are always trade-offs. You won't get as large of an entry hole as you will with a fixed BH, which might mean less of a bloodtrail. (Fortunately, all three of the aforementioned critters fell in sight, so I didn't need to bloodtrail.)
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