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    Default Small game broadheads

    Any recommendations for small game broadheads? I use fixed blades for deer hunting. I'd like to use my new bow for rabbit and squirrel as well as turkey this coming up season.

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    I use Judo points and rubber blunts for small game, less damage to the meat.

    Any fixed blade broadhead will work fine for turkey.
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    Thanks. I'll check them out!

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    G5 has their Small Game heads as well. That would be an extra option.
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    Field points with adders work well and so does an 8/32 wingnut and a screw. A modern compound has almost too much energy for small game. My Slayer will bury a rubber blunt into a broadhead target. And it peaks at 63#'s.
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    use rubber blunts on head shots for rabbits. If you want to gut them then use the judos. I try for head shots on rabbits for less meat damage.
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    Here ya go! Cheap to put together and pack a punch. Have fun

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