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Old 07-15-2004, 03:54 PM
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Specs.
100 grain 3 blade
416 hardend stainless
.027" stainless blades
1 1/32" Cutting diamiter

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I got mine in the mail today. Keep in mind I'm no 5Shot.. but I'll give it a whirl. My initial impressions are as follows.

1: overall looks like a well built head that come 4 to a pack.. was only expecting 3.

2: sharpness will shave hair w/ some effort.. but I'm gonna do a little finish work on them before using them.

3: I'm also going to work on the point a bit.. but I do this with all of my broadheads w/ this style of tip.. IE muzzy, wasp, montec...

4: the overall length is about 1/4" shorter than a 100gr montec... but the cutting diameter is slightly larger (1/32").


The only things that I didn't care for were.. if you take the broadhead off the arrow.. there's nothing holding it together other than the washer at the base. This could cause some lost blades or just a hassle if you're removing the broadheads.. or if they happen to come loose for some reason. The other thing was I installed the head on a 2213 that I had handy.. and the blades caught a tad on the insert before the broadhead was tightened completely. This might be an issue on larger diameter shafts.

I'll let you guys know how the heads perform after I get a chance to shoot them.
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Old 07-15-2004, 04:25 PM
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I got mine today as well. Looks pretty solid but haven't shot them.

I agree about the sharpness. The blades are great but the tip and apex could use a little work...I've only seen one head I didn't have to sharpen straight away though so that's not that big a deal for me.

I will be interested in how easily they sharpen though. That was one of his selling points.

On the up-side...I put them on my Blackhawk Vapors and they spin tested perfectly with zero alterations. First time I've had that happen.
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Old 07-17-2004, 09:46 AM
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anyone?
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Old 07-18-2004, 07:08 AM
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They are on the list, but don't have them yet.
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Old 07-19-2004, 08:59 AM
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ive used them a little bit good heads killed about 5 animals with them and have had no problems they fly very well and are quite durable.
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