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I just recieved 6 No Mercy single bevel screw on broadheads and they top shelf. I have always shot glue on 160gr STOS on my wood arrows and just started shooting Grizzly Stiks. The screw ons are sold as 165gr (the ones I have weigh in at 170gr), are built about the same as a STOS and fly great. They are a little diffacult to sharpen because they only have a slight grind to start the bevel off but with a little effort they sharpen up nice. A real good product.
I started using them a year ago along with Grizzly Sticks. My first shot from a stand went under the decoy and into a concrete block. After some work I got the broadhead out of the block and found the tip slightly turned up. After a little touch up work with a file it was good to go. I've killed 3 deer with that same arrow and broad head. Real good broad heads.
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I love them also,but I usually round the tips or at least take them to the sander and blunt tip them then grind a angle on them and sharpen it seems to keep the point from rolling over if I hit bone...liftedjeepman
-------------------- Dale smith Posts: 3 | From: Ohio | Registered: Jan 2017
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I've been shooting Zwickey Deltas, both 2 and 4 blade, for over 25 years. I have No Mercys in my quiver for this year. I expect they will perform admirably if I do my part, shooting them out of Hill-style longbows at about 60# with good ole' POC shafts and 4/4" shield-cut feathers matching the wing to the bevel. Opening day is next Saturday here in Bama. And, Roll TIde.
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