Nov 19, 02, 09:18 PM #1
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What type of broadhead do you shoot?I currently use a three blade mechanical in 100 grain. NAP Spitfire. I shoot a 60lb draw PSE with a 29 inch carbon beman ics shaft. I shot two deer last year with this setup. One shot, unfortunately, hit the front shoulder bone and stopped, but the other one I got a clean pass through with good entry and exit. My deer only went about 30 yds.
What do you shoot? And are you satisfied with flight and penetration?Advertisement
Last edited by Watusi; Nov 19, 02 at 09:27 PM.
Nov 19, 02, 09:46 PM #2Thunder Head 125, not lost a deer yet ,I shoot a Martin fire cat with over draw , 2216 easton , 27'' long , shoot threw most of the time .
Nov 20, 02, 06:11 AM #3Mathews Icon
28 inch Carbon arrow
Muzzy 3 blade - 100 grain - Sharpest and best flying on my setup.
always shoots in one side and out the other - cant ask for anymore.
Nov 20, 02, 02:44 PM #4
Nov 20, 02, 03:44 PM #5spitfire 100 grain mechanical broadhead, beman ics 400 carbon arrows. Matthews MQ32 bow with 30" draw.
Nov 28, 02, 09:22 PM #6
NAP Spitfire 100grain 3-bladed proseris. 27 inch easton gamegetter 2's with a PSC 55 pound draw.Never shot a deer with it, but shoots threw a 2 foot deep broad head target at 15 yards.
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- Belfry, ky
Nov 29, 02, 09:03 AM #7Muzzy 125 grain with a Ben Pearson Spoiler Bow.