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Buckeye1977
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I was practicing a little with some new to me grizzly broadheads this evening. Have never shot this type of head mostly 3 blade such as snuffer, vpa, and muzzy. When I shoot my block target with the vpa's they penetrate to the feathers almost every time. When I shot the grizzly it went all the way through the target and stuck in my backstop about 6' away. When I tried to pull it out I noticed it had went through the 3/4" stall mat and into the 2×4 frame about 1/4"! The broadhead still looked brand new so can't wait to try these out on a deer and maybe a hog!

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Kemp Kwyk Styk 56" 47@28
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Yep that sounds about right. You won't be disappointed.
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Trenton G.
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This is my first year trying Grizzlys as well. So far I'm really happy with how they perform on my target.
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Michael Arnette
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One of my faves!
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Ive seen them blow through quit a few deer. For the money you can't beat them.

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Possum Head
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I could buy a set of broadheads every year just cuz! I was looking at Grizzlys just a while ago. They look plenty sturdy.Those stall mats are tough!
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Never achieved a full pass through on a deer until I switched to grizzlies. You will never find another head on the end of my arrows now!
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Jwilliam
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Great broadheads [thumbsup] Switched to them a few years ago and haven't looked back.

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frassettor
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Been using them since day 1, great heads

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Buckeye1977
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I can't wait to see what they'll do when I get them sharp!

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Nick

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SlowBowinMO
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Some of my best bowhunting memories include Grizzly broadheads. Long time fan.

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amicus
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The only one I shoot.

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lone hunter
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Anyone got a pic of one?
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Jeff D. Holchin
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Best broadhead I ever used, since I started bowhunting in 1977.

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nineworlds9
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Grizzlies and Cutthroats are my absolute go-to heads. Both easy to sharpen and very tough.

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