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Anybody have any experience with the Cutthroat Broadheads? Specifically, the 200 grain, forged, screw in, RH single bevel. I shooting 70 lbs, daughter shoots 46 lbs Accuracy, sharpness, etc. They seem to have a good warranty?
Amazing head made in the US.. I shoot them out of my compound and my stick bows. Multiple kills with one head
Great, solid broadhead. If you have an issue on game, it will not be the broadhead's fault.
They work! Got this big boy with the 190gr glue on, wood arrow, and longbow.
Great broadhead! My son and I are shooting the 150gr out of our compounds with great results, they fly fantastic for a solid two blade, and they are devastating on the game you hit.
I killed this bull a couple of years ago with a 190 glue-on Cutthroat. The single bevel head did just what it was supposed to do; split a rib on the way in and kept on going. Darren
The Cutthroat is a great broadhead. It's simple, solid, and can not fail. The wide variety of bows and animals above are a true testament to the broadhead's performance. I killed a few whitetails with it last year. Sorry, no pics.
I'm shooting the 150 grain right bevel this year. I'm very impressed with it. They are pretty easy to sharpen as well. I have been looking for a few years to switch back to a two blade for a few years now. I'm hoping to use it on an elk in a few weeks!
How well do they fly at longer distances? Most broadheads fly well out to forty, but past that, some get pretty crazy. I hope I never have to take a shot beyond forty, but I want to be prepared in case I do. And thanks for the responses
So far I have shot mine out to 50 yards with no issues whatsoever. I'm sure it will be the same at longer distances. I practice that far a lot but I rarely actually shoot at animal much past that 50 yd mark.
Ive shot em out to 70 with no problems, but then most well designed heads fly good out of my bows.
They had prototypes in for a 125gr model, not sure when they will be available, might already be for sale for all I know.