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pavan
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One head that I found to be really good for flight, sharpening, blood trails and penetration is the Herters four blade. I like the angle of the bleeders, not as abrupt as the Zwickey four blade. They have replaced my use of the wide Deadhead for thick cover.

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ChuckC
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There is no magic potion. A very sharp broadhead where it needs to be will dispatch almost anything. If there were brontosaurs around still someone would be bow hunting one. Don't move till you see it fall or hear it fall and it won't be far away. Use a broadhead you have faith in and go for it.
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woodchucker
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Yup! What he said...

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There is a fine line between Hunting, & Sitting there looking Stupid...

May The Great Spirit Guide Your Arrows..... Happy Hunting!!!

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TURKEYFOOTGIRL
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Simmons treeshark is my choice for whitetails in cover like that. I shoot around 50 pounds and get 2 holes on Montana whitetails almost every time. Shoot one deer with one and you will be hooked. And they fly amazing!

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"Life's too short for ugly bows n arrows" Chris B

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