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Old 03-29-2017, 05:07 AM
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I've been looking at some different broadheads. I'm kinda leaning towards changing to the Carbon Express F-15 dual blade. Does anyone have any experience with these?
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Old 03-29-2017, 08:03 AM
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I haven't tried those, do strongly recommend you at least try the Flying Arrow Archery "Toxic" broadhead! Since they hit the market & I tried them I've not had ANY animal go far enough to make it plumb out of sight-even Ky's thick undergrowth rich woods! They fly EXACTLY like a field/bullet point, and basically cut 3 plugs or rolls as they pass through, leaving dual blood trails a blind man could follow, looking like somebody splashed blood out of a bucket out as they walked down the trail. Never experienced a failure YET *knocks on wood*!
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Old 03-29-2017, 11:45 AM
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Originally Posted by stalkingbear View Post
I haven't tried those, do strongly recommend you at least try the Flying Arrow Archery "Toxic" broadhead! Since they hit the market & I tried them I've not had ANY animal go far enough to make it plumb out of sight-even Ky's thick undergrowth rich woods! They fly EXACTLY like a field/bullet point, and basically cut 3 plugs or rolls as they pass through, leaving dual blood trails a blind man could follow, looking like somebody splashed blood out of a bucket out as they walked down the trail. Never experienced a failure YET *knocks on wood*!
Good to know. I'll check them out. Thank you
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