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Thanks for info

Good Hunting,


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56# recurve 28" draw

Ribtek 125 "slim"
Bear Razorhead 145 "no bleeders"
MA 3 Penetrator 125
MA 2 Penetrator 125
Bodkin 125

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Holmes Mongoose reverse handle longbow. 63" 63@28
Longriver Longbow: 69" 69@28
Kolometz Kustom Longbow 66" 76@28

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Longbows, #58 to #60 @ 27", RH.

160gr. Ribteks
190gr. Ribteks slimmed "a la Mussatto" [bigsmyl]
165gr. Simmons Interceptor
160gr. Grizzly El Grande
160gr. Howard Hill

The Ribteks are tops for ease of sharpening and value.

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Longbow- 44@27

Magnus Snuffer
Magnus II 2-Blade
Zwickey Eskimo

Matt Whitehair
"'Traditional Archer' is not a term to be taken lightly. It demands respect for ethics, high standards, and an overall, instinctive love for the sport."
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49# longbow, 53#, and 59# recurve... 29 inch draw ...125gr MODOC or 140 gr. MODOC , or 125 Razorcaps, Muzzy , mangus w/bleeder I love all of these ...least favorite Steel Force just bend to easy Stainless is too soft... [Big Grin] [thumbsup] [Smile] [saywhat] ...Switched to LEFTY few years ago...but can shoot right....would like to try other BH's

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Howard Hill style long bow 62lbs

Old Bear Razorhead with inserts

Old Bear Razorhead no inserts

Zwickey Eskimo 4 blade

Grizzly 145 grain

would use Howard Hill's if I had them.

May Your Feet Always Make Happy Tracks.

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Selfbows or BBO bows 55-65lbs @27" draw

Stos 160gr
Stos 145 gr.
Grizzly 125gr.
Bear Razorheads insert from 1964
Wenzel Woodsmen

Lam.modern fiberglas Longbows and Recurves 55-62lbs(all of them are Morrison)@ 27"draw

Stos 160gr.
Grizzly El Grande 190gr.
Zwickey Delta 4 Blade
Grizzly El Grande 150gr.
Snuffer 160gr.

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Longbows, 65-75lbs at 29inches
Zwickey Delta 2 blade
Howard Hill
green Bear Razorhead, no inserts
Snuffer for turkeys

Recurve 50-65lbs
same as above

"I may be getting older, But I hope I NEVER grow up!

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Longbows and Recurves, 57-62#

1. Wensel Woodsman
2. Zephyr Scirroco 4-blade
3. STOS 145 gr
4. Zwickey Eskimo 4-blade
5. Ribtek 160 gr

Used to use 2-blades exclusively, but very positive experiences with the Woodsman have changed my thinking on that. I would love to see a STOS with a small forward positioned bleeder blade.

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interesting to see that the 3 blade heads on average score very low..makes ya think that dr. Ashby is onto something with his studies!
I know I like the 2 blade heads better.

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Tom Mussatto
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Interesting thread and results so far a bit surprising. I would have though multiblade heads would have shown up more.

60 - 65# @ 28" longbows
55 - 60# @ 28" recurves

170 Ribtek
160 Hill
Glue on Bear w & wo bleeders
160 Ace Standard

Tom Mussatto

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Recurves,62-65#'s,281/4-29" draw depending on bow and how wide the shelf is(front to back)... 20+ yrs of trad hunting these 4 are the only B-heads I've used and none of them are bad,but since the WW came out,I've been using them.

Overall Favorite is WW..If I had to pick one,this is it

Snuffer 160's for turk's

Zwickey delta,killed a lot of stuff with these(used one last year for a selfbow kill)

and the Zwickey eskimo(killed a lot with these too)

DWendell, I agree with Charlie..first two will do just fine...good luck!!

Like them all,and that's all I've ever used

Curt } >>--->

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pronghorn 58@26
bear razorheads

I can miss as many deer with this setup as any of the rest of you!LOL

goodness of woodness, Semper Fidelis. Molon labe

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Shawn Leonard
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I have not shot a lot of different ones. Number 1 would be 125 grain snuffer,2-would be Zwickey 2 blade, 3- would be WW, 4-Bear Razorhead,5-Steelforce, killed lots of deer with these and my compound and recurve, now that I can sharpen pretty good I love the Snuffers. Shawn


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63# longbow 30" draw

Zwicky Eskimo ( 2 bl)
Zwicky Eskimo ( 4 bl)

"Go afield with a good attitude, respect for the wildlife you hunt and for the forest and fields in which you walk. Immerse yourself in the outdoor experience.It will cleanse your soul and make you a better person."

Fred Bear

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