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ozy clint
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i'm looking for some wide BH's (greater than 1 1/8") that can be weighted up to 300gr.

i have a 70# recurve that shoots 710gr arrows at 190fps so i thought i might shoot a wider BH for maximum effect. i can get grizzlies up to 300gr but i'm having trouble finding a wider head that can be made to be 300gr.

think zwickey delta or wider.

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ozy clint
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hmm...i just found the centaur battle axe. 2 1/8" wide 200gr glue on. [scared]

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Simmons treeshark!!190 with weight behind it...DYNAMITE!!

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Bvas
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I love the 200gr VPA two blade. Very tough head. And they make a 300gr 1-1/4".

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battle axe all the way

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all good choices.

How about the Big Jim Big 3? exactly 300 for the screw in and 1-1/2"

https://bigjimsbowcompany.com/product/big-jims-big-3-broadhead/

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ozy clint
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quote:
Originally posted by Jayrod:
Simmons treeshark!!190 with weight behind it...DYNAMITE!!

i have a couple of glue on tree sharks weighted to 250gr for a different setup but i thought they don't make the glue on tree sharks anymore? the screw in tree sharks aren't heavy enough.

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Jagged peaks and hairy beast
Food for soul and body.

Border black douglas recurve 70# and 58# HEX6 BB2 limbs

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I bought some glue on tree sharks 2 weeks ago from Simmons. I was surprised to see that the glue on one's were still available.
Good luck, shoot straight and God bless,

Rodd

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I turn a 225 grain field point down to a 170 grain Insert with a drill and grinder to get my 125 heads like zwickey deltas up to 300 grains.

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For a wide (37-38mm) cheap broadhead, ACE super express 200 gr glue on is the way to go.

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Another for Jim Neaves, Centaur heads!
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with that kind of umph i would just shoot a 3 blade. maybe a valkyrie jager. https://www.valkyriearchery.com/shop/bloodeagles/
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quote:
Originally posted by hybridbow hunter:
For a wide (37-38mm) cheap broadhead, ACE super express 200 gr glue on is the way to go.

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Danny Rowan
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Ace Super Express is the way to go. Add a 100 grain steel insert and you will be at 300 gr.

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