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WVGrizzly
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I recently picked up a lot of broadheads on the big auction site to get some Wasp Cam Lok heads to complete a partial set I had. I'm clueless about some of them is there a place online that I can look them up or someone to talk to or just post photos on here? I was led to the ABCC but can't afford membership at the moment (unemployed going on 3 months now) and I plan to look into them in the future but trying to figure out what I have for now

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You can post photos on here and there will be people here that can identify them.

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Ok I'll post some photos as soon as I get the pics uploaded to Photobucket
Thanks guys
Kevin

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I realize none of these are in the best of shape and I'll probably never find replacement blades for them, they were just bonus heads that came with the 6 perfect Wasp Cam Lok 4 blade heads I really wanted

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1&3 I believe to be muzzy 4 blades but unsure of weight, 4&5 are super razorheads not perfect but not terrible shape number 7 has wasp on the blades but no idea of model, number 8 have Barrie rocky mtn Grand & royal but I've never heard of these heads. Those are the only ones I have any idea about looking for more information on any or all of them

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I would happily trade any or all of these heads other than the. Bears for wasp cam loks or any type of bear razorhead or Pearson deadhead, I know they aren't really that great of shape for the most part but I'm sticking with the heads I know, I'm not much of a collector, just trying to secure a supply of the heads my grandpa used when we were hunting while I was growing up.

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