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Contributors to this thread:
goelk 11-Jun-20
altitude sick 11-Jun-20
Ermine 11-Jun-20
Mark S 11-Jun-20
Charlie Rehor 11-Jun-20
Jaquomo 11-Jun-20
bigmartbowhunter 11-Jun-20
Glunt@work 11-Jun-20
Ucsdryder 15-Jun-20
Dale06 15-Jun-20
goelk 16-Jun-20
From: goelk
thinking of changing heads from cutthroat to iron will. i shoot a 60# recurve My arrows are 400 Center Shot Beman at 28" 580 grains. Ive done well with cutthroat on deer yet to shoot elk. Your thoughts Guys!

I have heard good things about Cutthroats but never used one. However I have 100, 125, 200, and 250 gr Iron Will BHs.

I can vouch for them in all you would want in a BH.

From: Ermine
I don’t shoot the Cutthroat’s because I use 100 grain head.. but Iron wills have been great. Very accurate and sharp.

From: Mark S
wow. I don't have the breadth of experience that altitude sick has, but, they are a beautiful, well made, sharp and nice flying head.


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From: Jaquomo
You won't go wrong with an IW. Awesome heads.

Iron Will for me, fly great, & Sharp.

From: Glunt@work
Nice heads. As far as performance on game I wouldn't expect any different results than what Cutthroats produced.

Cutthroats are durable heads and Tom Clum is a great guy, so that's a fine choice. Our 3/4" bleeder blade is one difference that I really like for opening up the holes.

From: Ucsdryder
I don’t see any reason to switch. You’re shooting one of the most durable heads made. I don’t see you gaining any advantage, especially since you already own the cutthroats!

From: Dale06
I’ve used the IW 125V on elk, deer, brown bear black bear and Aoudad. It’s performed very well in all cases.

From: goelk
thanks for your inputs

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