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Vesty
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Any real life accounts of how these heads are performing on whitetails.
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Alexander Traditional
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I've only shot one,but it was a complete pass through. 200 grain with a 125 grain adapter out of a 55 pound bow. The arrow was stuck in a tree on the other side of the deer,with no damage to the head. They are easy to mount too.
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Michael Arnette
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I shot the woodsman original for years (practically identical) Either full penetration or complete pass-through on all setups. Never had a scant blood trial either which is something I can't say for many other heads.
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Sockrsblur
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I was at Stickflingers bear camp june 2017 and an instinct took down the First Bear at our camp on night one. Brad (Biathlonman) was more than happy with the performance as his bear went no where... They are great looking heads...

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Benjy
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My favorite head!

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ZIPPER NITRO 64" LONGBOW 50#@29"
ZIPPER SXT 60" RECURVE 52#@29"
ZIPPER SXT 64" LONGBOW 71#@29"

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Cyclic-Rivers
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I have only shot a pig with one. I can say I hit a lot of bone! the tip was only slightly curled which filed out with less than a couple strokes. Really my biggest issue was not the head, It was the aluminum adaptor I chose to use.

They are great heads.

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Biathlonman
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That bear made it about 40 yards after the instinct zipped theough it. Shot from a 54@28 Zipper Zipstick on the end of a 29" 2117 with glue in/on adapter, total about 630 grains doing low 160 fps. Sitting in a tree now with the same set up and bought a half dozen more a guy was selling cheap yesterday. I have no intention of shooting anything else until I see a problem with them, and I don't expect that will be anytime soon.
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charles m
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Can you please enlighten us on your comment 'I hit a lot of bone' I'd like to know more what that means exactly
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