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    Default What is your set-up for this year

    So with all the broadhead testing going on here,just curious to see what everybody set-ups will be.What BH and arrows you guys flinging this fall?
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    With 4 dozen mini blasters I won't be changeing any time soon
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    Ive done alot of dealing on AT past few months,have a bunch of mechs,nap scorpions,stingers,rocket sidewinders,mini blasters.So it will bo those for now.
    Will use the GT expidition hunters for now.Might be going back to easton or get the GT xt hunter pro arrows.Im still not 100% on these expidition hunter arrows.

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    Alien X @ 62.5# 29"dl.
    GT XTH 28.25" 386gn
    Magnus 2 blade Buzzcuts.
    This is three shots with the same arrow and head, no resharpening between shots.
    First is a 2 1/2" thick parts catalog that was hanging by a string. Think I would have gotten more penetration if it would have been sitting solid.
    Second is a 30gal steel drum.
    Third is a tire.

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    The fletching got pretty wrinkled up when I pulled them out of the barrel but other than that - no damage to arrow or broadhead.

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    Ok - first pic didn't show...
    I'll try it again.

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    There is thru the catalog - first shot.
    All three shots were from 18 yards.

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    G5T3 - GT Velocity 300s ... prolly won't be any different for quite some time ... at least the pointy end of the arrow that is.
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    Easton fatboys out of my onza 3 at 62 pounds 29 inch draw, im not sure on the head yet still deciding i got a few muzzys laying around and some other cheap heads but still doin research on a good reliable FIXED BLADE broadhead. Nothin against mechanicals just too many moving parts for me.
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    Onza III, 73lbs, 29" draw......................Maxima Hunters tipped with 100 grn. Phatheads....................


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    Beman ICS Hunter tipped with a 125 grain Slick Trick Magnum. Gonna see how many times I can use the same arrow/broadhead I've used to kill my coyote and bear. So far neither animal was able to stop it from blasting through, resharpen and shoot. We'll see if an Iowa whitetail can.
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    Cool This Years Set Up

    Martin Exile 2011 Model
    Victory V-force Arrows(372.5 grains)
    29" draw length , 60lb draw
    285 fps
    67.2 lbs. kinetic energy
    Swhacker 100 grain (1 3/4" cut)

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