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is there a website that tests broadheads

Discussion in 'Hunting' started by Lloyd Smale, Oct 23, 2012.

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  1. Lloyd Smale

    Lloyd Smale Member

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    Im interested in trying open on impact broadheads in my crossbow and would like some impartial opinions on which are reliable.
     
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    Archerytalk.com

    Be careful. You'll get A LOT of differing opinions on things.
     
  3. Patocazador

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    If the one you're using opens and you get the deer, it's the best one made. If it fails and you lose the deer, it's a piece of krap.

    I think they all can fail given different situations. Stick to a fixed blade and you'll be happier.
     
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    If your looking for strictly broadhead reviews and test look over here,

    Broadhead Talk
     
  5. Lloyd Smale

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    thanks for the help guys. Great sites.
     
  6. RhinoDefense

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    Does MI allow crowssbows in archery season or is it still during the firearm season only? Someone told me you need a free crossbow permit for archery season and that you don't have to be disabled.
     
  7. Lloyd Smale

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    anyone can use one it early bow season. Only advantage to a disabled permit is you can again use them in late season and without a disabled permit you have to use a conventional bow then. Like you were told the crossbow permit is free for anyone.
     
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