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nc recurveman
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wouldn't be great if hey made a treeshark that held a bleeder blade, that would be the perfect eastern deer head.

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quote:
Originally posted by Landshark160:
I've shot a bunch of critters with both heads. Great bloodtrails with both, but I tend to get consistently better blood with the Treeshark. Even when shooting the Interceptor with bleeders.

Chris, Landshark160, failed to mention he is color blind, but you don't really need to see it when you are constantly stepping in it.
You are shooting enough poundage to allow them to do their job.

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i shoot the 160 grain landsharks and have had good luck with them. whats the minimum poundage you guys think would be for the treesharks?

jim

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They do make Treesharks with bleeders.RC
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Where can you get'um Mr. Rc? I checked the simmons site and didn't see any 4 blade treesharks.

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The screw in version

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thanks Mr. Charlie.

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Now I'm confused [Confused] . I was planning on ordering some of the screw on Treesharks but I thought they were 2blade. Are the bleeders removable?

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yea they dont even come with bleeders, I would advise ordering the glue ons and adding an insert. I recall some duralbity problems with the open ended design of the screw ins.

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i just loked on simmons web i dont think you can get 4 blade tree sharks
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[dunno]

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I also want to try a Simmons this fall, just not sure which one?

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 - This was shot at a hog which I missed and hit some basalt rock . 76# BW SAIII I have since used the glue-on s on my wood arrows and glue an aluminum insert in them for my carbons . The glue-ons have a longer "tang ? " which makes them sturdier .
Fred

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I really like interceptors I killed a couple last year with'um landshark 160 has killed a lifetime supply of bbq using a treeshark either heads is deadly when properly sharpened.

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Greyfox, is that head for shooting around corners!!!

Wow, that must have been a clang when it hit rock.

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