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Cheap Shot Broadhead, 6-pack


https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4qYSbLIbhT4

What do you guys think about these?

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huskyarcher
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I bought a 6 pack. Real excited about giving them a shot on small game!!

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they look like a real b&#ch to sharpen...think i'll keep my cutthoats
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Keith Zimmerman
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Ah, no thanks.
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Not for me. I'd caution against getting too gimmicky. As a whole I've found trad guys/gals have an aversion to gimmicks.

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Dave Nash
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I have to get some. What's the shipping cost?

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Alexander Traditional
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Want to see some reviews. I wouldn't mind trying for small game,but they are so light.
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Squirrels sound ideal for these.

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Squirrels sound ideal for these.

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Fragile.

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looks like they would break off at the threads too easily

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If you want a good cheep and very deadly broadhead, I would not go with a plastic toy!

We at Red River Broadheads have two distinctive very well designed low grain Broadheads on sell for $24 a pack?

http://redriverbowhunting.com/products

http://www.redriverbroadheads.com/

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If their metal is anything like their throwing knives, it's not good. Learned my lesson.

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They don't look sharpened at all. Maybe it's the picture but there should be some sort of metal showing on the cutting edge. it looks like they coated over it. If that's the case it's not sharp. If it's not razor sharp it has no place in the big game hunting world. They honestly look more like a plastic kids toy than ethical broadhead.

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I might have been a little hard on these now that I know that they are clearly not intended for big game, but I still think I’ll stick with a metal small game head for now even if they are more expensive.

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