Moultrie Products
Turkey Necker xecutioner 4" 160 Grains G
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Contributors to this thread:
Stubbleduck 27-Mar-19
Scoot 28-Mar-19
smarba 28-Mar-19
Stubbleduck 28-Mar-19
Jaquomo 28-Mar-19
Stubbleduck 28-Mar-19
From: Stubbleduck
27-Mar-19
I purchased 6 of these off ebay. They are inexpensive compared to other "Neck Cutter" heads. They fly great of my bow but the blades are not the strongest. Certainly adequate for a turkey neck but not for repeated target (Even a very soft pillow target) use. The ebay seller says they have no replacement blades. Anybody else used / looked at these turkey broadheads? Any idea as to where one might find replacement blades?

From: Scoot
28-Mar-19
I would email the company and ask about spare blades. Or call them. 817-538-8918

xecutionerbroadheads@yahoo.com

From: smarba
28-Mar-19
At roughly $3/each that's what I'd call a disposable BH: can't imagine finding replacement set of blades for cheaper than that. Perhaps try hanging the pillow so it can move/give upon impact and that may help protect the blades during practice?

Maybe you already knew but Magnus Bullheads at ~$13/BH will replace them for free if they get damaged...

From: Stubbleduck
28-Mar-19
I did find the manufacturers website and sent a note. No response yet. I did use a large, soft pillow but even there one of four blades was badly bent. At $3.00 each, which is about what I paid, I agree they could be considered a "One shot wonder" but if replacement blades are available I'd certainly consider using them.

From: Jaquomo
28-Mar-19
At retail they aren't nuch different in price than Bullheads. Wonder why there are so many for sale on eBay at cheap prices? Maybe counterfeit? Another thing, they claim the blades are .06, where Bullhead blades are .048 (or close to that). The only thing I've found to bend Bullhead blades is either a turkey's head or the ground. Never on a pillow.

Something doesnt seem right.

From: Stubbleduck
28-Mar-19
Possibly counterfeit....I have some Bullheads around and have used them. While I don't have a micrometer handy to actually measure the blades I assure you the Turkey Necker blades are nowhere near as thick / robust as those on a Bullhead.

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