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- JUST WHAT I WANTED AND NEEDED!! Review by OUTLAWDON
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I HAVE BEEN USING NAP BROADHEADS FOR MOST OF MY 30YRS. BOW HUNTING. STARTING W/ THE THUNDERHEAD 125, BLOODRUNNERS . AS THE BOW GOT FASTER I WANTED TO TRY A MANIACAL BROADHEAD. RAGE, GET A RAGE MY FRIENDS SAID. I DID AND YES THEY FLY WELL BUT I COULD NOT STAND THE NOISE COMING OUT OF MY QUIVER FROM OPENING UP ALL THE TIME I EVEN HAD THEM COME APART PULLING BACK ON A DEER.
I HUNT REAL SUBURBAN TYPE AREAS WHERE BIG BUCK HANG OUT. HOUSES, PEOPLE, KIDS, DOGS BARKING ALL THERE...AND SO ARE THREE NICE BUCKS.
I NEEDED A BROADHEAD TO DO ALOT OF DAMAGE ON CONTACT. I CAN'T AFFORD TO HAVE A WOUNDED DEER GOING THROUGH OCCUPIED AREAS.
LAST EVENING SITTING IN THE GROUND BLIND HERE CAME ONE OF THE SHOOTER 8'S. QUARTERING TOWARD ME HE WAS GETTING TOO CLOSE. HE STOPPED I LET GO. POW... HE TOOK OFF TOWARD A HOUSE. NOW I STARTED TO WORRY AFTER 15MINS. THE BUCK DID NOT GO MORE THAN 50YRS. DOWN AND OUT WHAT A HOLE.!!
THAT'S WHAT I WAS LOOKING AND NEEDED AND GOT IT.
GREAT BROADHEAD NO "O" RINGS NO "BANDS" NO NOISE, FLIES TRUE. MOST IMPORTANT MEAT IN THE FREEZER. YEAH, THAT KINDA BLADES
(Posted on 10/16/14)
- Best Mech. Broadhead Review by DelaWhere? Bowhunter
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Killzones are VERY simple in deployment, and don't have those ridiculous O-Rings or shrink bands. Also, they fly true to your pins, even with the somewhat cantankerous Thunderhead ferrule.You'd be hard-pressed to get me on another mechanical after witnessing the full deployment on the entrance wound, especially with the C.O.C. version of the KillZone. The buck I shot this year leaked dry about 8 yards from where I shot him, and the entrance wound was beyond the 1 3/4" wingspan of the blades.
(Posted on 3/2/14)