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Question by Hunt-Fish-Live. Uploaded on January 10, 2010
The type of broadhead is a distant second to shot location. Fixed blade broadheads are solid performers with no premature opening and predictable exit holes.
i asked the same question a while back and i was told to use the guillotine and it will just shoot the head right off
I love the Rage 2 blade for deer and plan to try it on turkeys with my new Mathews J-7 bow this Spring. I have seen the video of birds being beheaded. It is impressive. However, it seems to me there would be some problems with the guillotine. How would you practice without breaking the blades? The woods have many twigs, it only takes one to ruin your shot. Very difficult to shoot it thru a blind window with any accuracy. How would you carry that thing in your bow quiver? It would be very easy to cut yourself accidently so thanks, but no thanks for me.
LOVE G5 solid steel broad heads. I've seen the uillotine at the store...they look cool, but thats all I did was look.
I 've killed with G5.
Forgot to mention. I have taken 2 gobblers with a bow. Both in the fall. Beheaded one with a 3 blade thunderhead and the other was hit center back with Wasp Jackhammer (that is the one with 5 beards).
Magnus bullhead http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jtaoMB3qulI
rage 2 are great for both deer and turkey.
Look for a broad head with the widest cutting pattern, around 2" to 2 1/2"
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