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Old 01-19-2008, 07:41 AM
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Going On My First Bear Hunt With My Bow What Head Do You Recomend?
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Going On My First Bear Hunt With My Bow What Head Do You Recomend?
Well the first question is what poundage are you shooting? If you are getting enough kinetic energy and want a mecahnical head. Take a look at the NAP Spitfire. If you are looking for a fixed head. I would give the NAP Hellrazors a look. Both fly like field points. Just my opinion.

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Old 01-19-2008, 09:06 AM
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Find out what flies the best for you with out changing your site setting, they are all good, but i believe some fly close to your field points...I always used thunderhead 100...but found the G5 stryker 100 gr. flies just like my field points..
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Callmaker60 has a good point. You should use what flies best for you. I used Magnus two blades for years but I did some broadhead experimenting this year and found that I get the truest arrow flight with Wac 'Em Tritons so I switched to them.
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Pick a couple of different heads and practice with what works better for you. I used the Hellrazor by NAP this year and I was impressed.
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whatever you choose, make sure they are legal where you are hunting. Idaho does not allow mechanicals. was so happy I didn't switch to those before the trip. also, after breaking a blade on a shoulder hit(opposite)would recommend a fixed blade. never had that happen before. had my NAP Thunderheads, 100 grain. hellraisers are nice. also shoot the magnus 4 blade for that little bit of extra blood.
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hellrazors are a great broadhead, they fly real nice...leave a great blood trail.
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Thanks Everyone For The Info!im Shooting A Martin Slayer X 70lbs 29in Draw.thinking Getting The Hellrazor Head But Not Sure.
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Hellrazors are hard to beat, tough as nails, accurate, and extremely sharp

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