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Contributors to this thread:
Bowfreak 22-Sep-17
MDW 22-Sep-17
Bowfreak 22-Sep-17
Ermine 22-Sep-17
HighLife 22-Sep-17
Bowfreak 23-Sep-17
Scotty 23-Sep-17
Bowfreak 23-Sep-17
TREESTANDWOLF 23-Sep-17
Scotty 23-Sep-17
PECO 24-Sep-17
From: Bowfreak
22-Sep-17
Seems like reviews say flight, sharpness, toughness and craftsmanship are top notch and the high price doesn't seem so high all things considered. Thoughts?

From: MDW
22-Sep-17
Went over all that last month, or earlier this month.

From: Bowfreak
22-Sep-17
Ok MDW. We have also discussed expanadables vs fixed since the inception of this website. I'm just trying to see who has opinions and who may have just shot an elk with one.

From: Ermine
22-Sep-17
I like them. They are tough and will last a lifetime. All the critters I hit with them died quick. Granted the shots were good

From: HighLife
22-Sep-17
they unfortunely for them are not one of my sponsors

From: Bowfreak
23-Sep-17
How do they fly compared to Ramcats Ermine?

From: Scotty
23-Sep-17

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In my opinion they are fantastic. I purchased the 125's. I took one of the heads and shot it into a Reinhardt target somewhere between 50 and 100 times. It was still amazingly sharp. All I did was strop it on leather and it was shaving hair again. I used the same head to kill my elk this year

From: Bowfreak
23-Sep-17
That's a stud! Congrats.

23-Sep-17
They are at the business end of my arrow.

Yes pricy, I drank the kool Aid but they are made extremely well and fly great.

From: Scotty
23-Sep-17
I shot that bull and have never in my lifetime have seen such a blood trail. I am colored blind and normally need help tracking. Not on this one. I tracked him to where he laid. I am talking puddles.

From: PECO
24-Sep-17
I'll be the first nay sayer. Too expensive for me, and true if you don't loose them they will last a lifetime, but so will many other broadheads, time proven broadheads, at a fraction of the price. I'm not telling anyone how to spend their own money, and I am happy for those who use them and are successful.

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