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    Have just recently started seeing these on the shelves. Anyone use them or know anything about them? They look really cool and like they would make a big hole, but I'm curious how much noise they make going through the air.

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    I don't know how they fly but there's no way that they are going to get the penetration through bone with all that radius on the blades. I saw their YouTube videos shooting heads through milk jugs but I've never hunted milk jugs lol.

    They may be great but looks like someone just copied a biohazard symbol to put something different on the market to generate sales.

    Try some out and let us know how they do, I've ate my words before lol

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    I've read great reviews on these heads, and alot of hunters using them really like'em. Seen a few pictures of complete pass through's going through shoulder bones and the blades are still it good shape.

    I do and don't like the concept for the fear of a lot of drag going through the animal but the idea of a large hole instead of a slice will not allow the hole to close up. I guess I will stick with my Muzzy's, nothing has out done them yet Bone, flesh, or a broad head
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    I don't shoot them because I don't like the idea of them have curve complex blades... one bends a little and they'll probably fly way off. also you can't resharpen them, but they cut out holes not slits for wound channels. Bow shop I go to used them to take a doe with a massive blood trail. I'll try to get the picture and post it.

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    That would be great to see a picture. I was just curious if they did anything special or were part of the "zombie" trend of weapons.

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    I know a guy who bought them this year...shot well outta his bow.
    Still waiting on a kill to see how they perform!
    Personally, if were to go back to a fixed blade head, think I'd try these!

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    I think I'm going to have to pick up a package and try them. Be interesting to shoot to say the least.

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    No result like this is typical but yea definitely possible....


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    Quote Originally Posted by bowhunter97 View Post
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    yea you definitely converse with Wes. lol sorry couldn't help it.

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    A friend of mine is using them with his crossbow. Ill see him this weekend and ask what he thinks of them. Can't lie, I usually don't get all wound up about these faddish looking things but something about these seems different.

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    That blood trail doesmy even look real! Insane!

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    Yeah looks almost photoshopped. Seen some wicked blood trails but not one that was a perfect 5 inch wide meandering line lol.

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    i'm just the messenger but it came from a local shop's facebook page. shop is called Havoc archery.

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