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Fixing to find out. Have some on order. For the past three years my favorite has been the 175 gr. tiger sharks...great flight and awesome performance. They have not slowed down going through all but the last buck. Arrow hit 2 " behind the crease and shattered the off shoulder blade, sticking out( 51# N.M. Baraga w/580 gr. C.E.). Tree sharks are a little wider but should perform if placed in the right place and ... SHARP!!! Darren
-------------------- John 3:16 Posts: 720 | From: Texas | Registered: Feb 2010
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I have used them all, i love them. Interesting thought, the owner, Dave Oligee, has access to any head he chooses to shoot and shoots the original interceptors. But the Tree Sharks are devistating, just ask Chris spikes. That is all he shoots.
I have been shooting the Treesharks for three years. I have had great success with them. The only one I have not had a great blood trail with, no broadheads would have left a trail. She only went about 90 yards.
I shot a doe three weeks ago that I could see blood shoot three feet into the air with every step, until she dropped at about 25 yards.
Man, thats awesome..!!Making a believer out of me..!!
-------------------- John Getz:........... Time flies like an arrow, Fruit flies like bananas. Ed HOLCOMB 59' KODIAK 51# Ed HOLCOMB 59' KODIAK 47# 67'1/2 BEAR SUPER K 44# WILSON BROTHERS BLACK WIDOW 60" 45# LONGRIVER ELK 62" LONGBOW 53# 1967 WING 62" SLIMLINE 43# Posts: 1487 | From: beavertown, pennsylvania | Registered: Nov 2009
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