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  Rocky Mountain Advantage Four-Blade Broadhead Ramcat Diamondback Broadhead DirtNap Gear Shred Head Broadhead DirtNap Gear D.R.T Single-Bevel Broadheads G5 Montec™ Pink Broadheads Muzzy Phantom SC Four-Blade Broadhead G5 Montec™ Broadheads Magnus Stinger Four-Blade Broadheads G5 Montec™ CS Broadheads G5 Deadmeat 3-Blade Broadheads NAP Spitfire Gobbler Getter Broadheads Magnus® Bullhead Broadheads
  Rocky Mountain Advantage Four-Blade Broadhead Ramcat Diamondback Broadhead DirtNap Gear Shred Head Broadhead DirtNap Gear D.R.T Single-Bevel Broadheads G5 Montec™ Pink Broadheads Muzzy Phantom SC Four-Blade Broadhead G5 Montec™ Broadheads Magnus Stinger Four-Blade Broadheads G5 Montec™ CS Broadheads G5 Deadmeat 3-Blade Broadheads NAP Spitfire Gobbler Getter Broadheads Magnus® Bullhead Broadheads
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Rocky Mountain Advantage Four-Blade Broadhead

Rocky Mountain's Advantage 4-Blade Broadheads deliver bigger blood trails and quicker kills. Cut-on-contact-style head features razor-sharp .040”-thick main blades and .036”-thick bleeder blades as well as 1-1/8” cutting diameter. Compact design ensures field-point flight, even at high speeds. Made in USA. Per 3.
Cutting dia: 1-1/8”.
Wt: 100 gr.

 

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You saw the video I shot the rocky mountain advantage into the 2x6. It was still sharp enough to carve the piece of wood like. This is ridiculous so today. What we're going to do is we're going to shoot the Rocky Mountain advantage okay in my backyard there is a steel trash can right there, so we're going to shoot the Rocky Mountain advantage. And we're going to shoot. One of its competitors we'll just call the competitor fuzzy, so we're going to shoot. It 30 yards out of my elite energy 35 65 pound lens 30 inch draw Rocky Mountain 5 pin dovetail shoot the Muzzy first so hunter green Ozzie. Both of these are being shot with a black eagle renegade weight at 509 grains so do the Muzzy first here. We go listen for the bang. What it is I can see rocky mountain with broad head arrow weight 509 grains see well sir okay let's go see. How badly okay, so we're at the trash can pretty nasty trash can whose yard clippings. And then it rained. It pretties nasty soup in there so. It stinks my gosh is. It stinks so down in the nastiness. This is the muddy this is the Rocky Mountain advantage there's the entrance hole. And the entrance hole for the multi but the Rocky Mountain.

When a good four or five inches farther. And the good ol Ozzie so let. These out then we'll inspect them okay so first the muddy. You guys can see it every. One of those Ozzie blades is Nick says. One has a crack in it Alan looks like a Salt Lake. Iwould not shoot these at. Any living animal so Ozzie is destroyed. And then the Rocky Mountains still sharp let. Me clean all the target gunk off of. It okays no Nicks any of the blades. All that's just target gunk. And clean them off a little better. Iguess afraid to cut myself. These blades I would still shoot. This without us out at. Any whitetail I come within 30 yards then that's a confident 430 yards in the mountain only reason is.

Igot a lot of trees. And branches so Rocky Mountain advantage will help.

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Ramcat Diamondback Broadhead

  • Offset-blade design delivers true field-point accuracy
  • Patented Airfoil System reduces wind planing
  • Reduced friction down the shaft results in deep penetration
  • One-piece stainless steel construction
  • The first fully fixed-blade broadhead from Ramcat, the Diamondback Broadhead features an offset-blade design that delivers true field-point accuracy. Its concave design and the patented Airfoil System found on the ferule combine to reduce wind planing. They also reduce friction down the arrow shaft, resulting in deep penetration. One-piece stainless steel body. Blades sharpened front and back. Firenock Aero Concentric technology and Back-Cut technology. Per 3.
    Available: 
    • 100 gr., Cutting dia: 1-1/16". 
    • 125 gr., Cutting dia: 1-1/2".



     

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    You're full draw all your hard work sweat. And determination it's for this moment. You press the trigger make. One shot Karen shoot the. Most accurate deepest penetrating fixed-blade broad head in the world. Any speed with patented airfoil technology the diamondback is the first fixed blade broad head to deliver field point accuracy with a shortened ferrule design in surgically sharpened blades carving a devastating wound channel on impact. And exit with bat set slaves plus your broad head. It stays on tight with fire not arrow concentric technology terminal performance rapid blood loss quicker recoveries diamondback hits like a ram cuts like a cart.

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    DirtNap Gear Shred Head Broadhead

  • Delivers the perfect blend of penetration and shock
  • Surgically sharp, Teflon-coated 420J2 stainless steel blades
  • Modular Weight System allows you to shoot 100 gr. or 125 gr.
  • DirtNap Gear's Shred Head Broadhead delivers the perfect blend of penetration and shock to bring down turkeys or small game. Surgically sharp, Teflon®-coated 420J2 stainless steel 1-3/16" blades and 5/8" bleeder blades cut like a four-blade broadhead yet fly like a field point. Patented Modular Weight System allows you to add the 25-gr. module to the 100-gr. base broadhead to modify it to a 125 gr. 7075 aircraft-grade aluminum ferrule ensure long-lasting durability. Per 3.
    Cutting dia: 1-13/16".
    Wt: 100/125 gr.




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    This right here is the dirt nap dead right there broad head double bevel as soon as. Ifind me a cooler I'm gonna fill. It fulls of awesome stuff shoot. It with this awesome broad head. And I'm gonna see which awesome is. More awesome you stay tuned we'll find out soon Smita Logan got together. This morning we got our brand-new broad head in the mail the dirt nap dead right there double bevel. We were so excited to get. It we threw it on an arrow. When we got to thinking to ourselves. What exactly do we want to see. This go through and tear up our first choice was a deer but seeing is it's not deer season. We were a little disappointed on. That we couldn't put. One through a deer our second choice would have been a turkey scene. That is his opening day of turkey season here in Mississippi. We went out we hit the call a. Few towns and we could never get. Any talk back to us. Because as you can tell the weather is not going to cooperate today it's raining so. We are we decided to get a cooler. And just some random stuff. That we thought would make a good test for this brown head we're gonna feel. This cooler full of. All what you got there got. Some great stuff literally great stuff foam spring got a book in here that's full of sand water leaves. And ain't no telling what else got. It out of my little boys sandbox so ain't no telling what's in there. We don't really wanna dick there we're just gonna pour. It in mix it in we're about to make.

    This thing as hard as. You can to go through we're about to put. This arrow this broad head through. It and show you what kind of damage. It does well like we said. We feel the cooler fullest. And stuff that we just talked through together the end result is actually. It looks a little soft on the top but in the middle of. This hard is a brief so. This is gonna be a good testament to the durability of. This bra here so let's get. It down as you can tell from the little tests. We have just run the dead right there broad head can pretty much take. Anything that your arrow can say. If your arrow doesn't break broad heads going to go through. It's right here is possibly.

    One of the best-built broad heads I've ever shot in my life it's got a hole in your actual arrow it's got a little modular weight system it's a little ring. That you can screw on. And off if you shoot a hundred grain screw the ring off. If you choose 125 grain. You just screw the little ring off. And you know it makes. It where you know. If you're sharing broad heads with a buddy. You don't have to buy through the professor brought in. Or you're shooting two different weight systems. You don't have to set up. You know two different boats dude. And brought it so I gave. You about one broad head screw the ring home it's good living off the butt the blade itself has a 05.

    One blade thickness old. It comes out of the package super sharp. We put it through we put. It through a lot of today so it's still pretty sharp but. When it comes out of the package it's very sharp but be careful with. It's also sports a 184. Each cutting width puts a damaging hole on our homemade little target here. And as you could tell on a piece of metal. That we shot it through puts a pretty big hole through. It so with the broad head. It comes with a lifetime guarantee also which is. One of the best thingsI've learned about. These broad head, so I'm really happy about. That but it's just all around a great feel of a broad head. It comes in different colors which is. Another thing if you're trying to match your setup for shooting and stuff like.

    That you can get it in different colors. If you're out shopping for a new fix broad head. Iwould definitely recommend the Dirtnap DRT not only does. It looks wicked and shoots awesome but. It puts out a hurtin on our homemade target. It puts out a hurtin on. Anything you put this through it's very durable. And the arrow that. Ishot this with is actually to be honest with. You three arrows I shot. This with are gone but my broad head still intact. Now with hunting tomorrow. Ihope you're able to get out. This week shoot your boat get. You some dirt not broad head. And try them out for yourself. We love them here at our to our but. Most importantly I hope. You will go with God. And may all your hunts be safe.

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    DirtNap Gear D.R.T Single-Bevel Broadheads

  • Razor-sharp 1-3/16" blade with 5/8" bleeder
  • Cut-on-contact design for deep penetration
  • Single bevel creates S-pattern wound channels
  • Take down your quarry fast with DirtNap Gear's D.R.T Single-Bevel Broadhead. Razor-sharp .015" 1-3/16" main blade with 5/8" bleeder teams with a cut-on-contact design to maximize penetration. Single bevel creates a unique S-pattern wound channel for quick, humane kills. M.W.S. (Modular Weight System) allows the head to be shot at 100 or 125 gr. Teflon®-coated 420J2 stainless steel blade and 7075 aircraft-grade aluminum ferrule ensure long-lasting durability.
    Cutting dia: 1-3/16".  
    Wt: 100 gr.




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    This right here is the dirt nap dead right there broad head double bevel as soon as. Ifind me a cooler I'm gonna fill. It fulls of awesome stuff shoot. It with this awesome broad head. And I'm gonna see which awesome is. More awesome you stay tuned we'll find out soon Smita Logan got together. This morning we got our brand-new broad head in the mail the dirt nap dead right there double bevel. We were so excited to get. It we threw it on an arrow. When we got to thinking to ourselves. What exactly do we want to see. This go through and tear up our first choice was a deer but seeing is it's not deer season. We were a little disappointed on. That we couldn't put. One through a deer our second choice would have been a turkey scene. That is his opening day of turkey season here in Mississippi. We went out we hit the call a. Few towns and we could never get. Any talk back to us. Because as you can tell the weather is not going to cooperate today it's raining so. We are we decided to get a cooler. And just some random stuff. That we thought would make a good test for this brown head we're gonna feel. This cooler full of. All what you got there got. Some great stuff literally great stuff foam spring got a book in here that's full of sand water leaves. And ain't no telling what else got. It out of my little boys sandbox so ain't no telling what's in there. We don't really wanna dick there we're just gonna pour. It in mix it in we're about to make.

    This thing as hard as. You can to go through we're about to put. This arrow this broad head through. It and show you what kind of damage. It does well like we said. We feel the cooler fullest. And stuff that we just talked through together the end result is actually. It looks a little soft on the top but in the middle of. This hard is a brief so. This is gonna be a good testament to the durability of. This bra here so let's get. It down as you can tell from the little tests. We have just run the dead right there broad head can pretty much take. Anything that your arrow can say. If your arrow doesn't break broad heads going to go through. It's right here is possibly.

    One of the best-built broad heads I've ever shot in my life it's got a hole in your actual arrow it's got a little modular weight system it's a little ring. That you can screw on. And off if you shoot a hundred grain screw the ring off. If you choose 125 grain. You just screw the little ring off. And you know it makes. It where you know. If you're sharing broad heads with a buddy. You don't have to buy through the professor brought in. Or you're shooting two different weight systems. You don't have to set up. You know two different boats dude. And brought it so I gave. You about one broad head screw the ring home it's good living off the butt the blade itself has a 05.

    One blade thickness old. It comes out of the package super sharp. We put it through we put. It through a lot of today so it's still pretty sharp but. When it comes out of the package it's very sharp but be careful with. It's also sports a 184. Each cutting width puts a damaging hole on our homemade little target here. And as you could tell on a piece of metal. That we shot it through puts a pretty big hole through. It so with the broad head. It comes with a lifetime guarantee also which is. One of the best thingsI've learned about. These broad head, so I'm really happy about. That but it's just all around a great feel of a broad head. It comes in different colors which is. Another thing if you're trying to match your setup for shooting and stuff like.

    That you can get it in different colors. If you're out shopping for a new fix broad head. Iwould definitely recommend the Dirtnap DRT not only does. It looks wicked and shoots awesome but. It puts out a hurtin on our homemade target. It puts out a hurtin on. Anything you put this through it's very durable. And the arrow that. Ishot this with is actually to be honest with. You three arrows I shot. This with are gone but my broad head still intact. Now with hunting tomorrow. Ihope you're able to get out. This week shoot your boat get. You some dirt not broad head. And try them out for yourself. We love them here at our to our but. Most importantly I hope. You will go with God. And may all your hunts be safe.

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    G5 Montec™ Pink Broadheads

    Deliver a swift kill shot straight through the vitals with G5's Montec Pink Broadheads. Constructed of 100% stainless steel, these broadheads are 100% spin-tested and feature MonoFlow™ technology for unrivaled accuracy, durability and penetration. Strong multitapered blades, cut-on-contact tips and easy-to-sharpen blades for long-lasting use. Per 3.
    Cutting dia: 1".
    Available: 85 gr., 100 gr.
    Color: Pink.




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    Hello welcome drapes archery great sorry calm we're here innate the engineer of the broad heads 4g5 he's going to go through the new Mon taxi on Mont xes yeah the Mont xes was new for 2009 its is basically. That the same mon tech. That we've had for years. Where it's one piece stainless steel there's no goose blades. Anything to come loose. You basically just screw. And go but what we improved for 2009 is. We use a new material a carbon steel also allowed. Us to get it a little bit harder. And result in about 25 percent increased sharpness on the Montague it's also easier to resharpen as well. You like the Montague. Though like the much like sea. Is just a little bit. You can sharpen this brought. It on a Flintstone yep yeah. We sell a flat diamond stone. You can take a file to get the big Nick soft but it's basically setting it down. And just open it side to side. And just doing the same amount of work on. Each blade surface you can reach up in the head. Some guys have shot up to ten eleven animals with the same head so strong as ever.

    And sharper than ever yes yep absolutely check them out drapes our tree Dre's very calm.

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    Muzzy Phantom SC Four-Blade Broadhead

  • Super-compact design provides straighter flight
  • Four extremely sharp blades devastate soft tissue
  • .050"-thick steel construction smashes through bone
  • Combining super strength with straight flight, the Phantom SC Four-Blade Broadhead from Muzzy is ideal for archers that demand perfection from their equipment. An ultracompact design reduces planing for precise accuracy, while four surgically-sharp .050"-thick steel blades create both massive wound channels for visible blood trails and bone-crushing penetration for quick recoveries. Per 3.
    Cutting dia: 1-1/8".
    Available: 100 gr., 125 gr.




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    G5 Montec™ Broadheads

  • Delivers target-point accuracy
  • Cut-on-impact nose ensures deep penetration
  • Ultrasharp, multitapered blades
  • Available in 85, 100 and 125 grain
  • Crafted using solid, one-piece MonoFlow™ technology, the three-blade Montec™ not only offers incredible bone-splitting strength, but also delivers exceptionally consistent, target-point-like accuracy as well. A cut-on-impact tip ensures deep penetration in even the heaviest game animals. The ultrasharp, multitapered blades leave a devastating wound channel, and they're easily resharpened. They are made of strong stainless steel. Per 3.
    Sizes:
    • 85 grain - 1" cutting diameter.
    • 100 grain - 1-1/16" cutting diameter.
    • 125 grain - 1-1/8" cutting diameter.


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    Hello welcome drapes archery great sorry calm we're here innate the engineer of the broad heads 4g5 he's going to go through the new Mon taxi on Mont xes yeah the Mont xes was new for 2009 its is basically. That the same mon tech. That we've had for years. Where it's one piece stainless steel there's no goose blades. Anything to come loose. You basically just screw. And go but what we improved for 2009 is. We use a new material a carbon steel also allowed. Us to get it a little bit harder. And result in about 25 percent increased sharpness on the Montague it's also easier to resharpen as well. You like the Montague. Though like the much like sea. Is just a little bit. You can sharpen this brought. It on a Flintstone yep yeah. We sell a flat diamond stone. You can take a file to get the big Nick soft but it's basically setting it down. And just open it side to side. And just doing the same amount of work on. Each blade surface you can reach up in the head. Some guys have shot up to ten eleven animals with the same head so strong as ever.

    And sharper than ever yes yep absolutely check them out drapes our tree Dre's very calm.

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    Magnus Stinger Four-Blade Broadheads

  • Knife-grade stainless steel chisel-point blades
  • Compact head design is simple and fast to tune
  • Replacement main blades and bleeder blades available
  • The Magnus Stinger Four Blade couples the powerful performance of the two-blade version with an exclusive Bleeder Block to lock in the 3/4" bleeder blades. Precision machined from knife-grade stainless steel and sporting an aircraft aluminum ferrule, Magnus Stingers fly true out of the fastest bows. The diamond tip gives extreme strength for bone-splitting penetration. Resharpenable, replaceable main blade and bleeder blades. Per 3.
    Cutting dia: .042"-thick main blade.
    Sizes: 85, 100, 125, and 150 grain.



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    Alright here's a quick review on the Magnus Stinger broad heads. It for hunting these things are awesome mine's got the four blades versus the two blades I've killed. That look with it a big six-point bowl. Ishot him at 60 yards you've had about 30 yards. And stopped doing around under 10 steps. And fell over so didn't go real far. Iwatched the whole thing happen almost claimed pass. She was just barely poking out the other side I've shot a couple deer with them some kind of results. These things fly really true really straight make. What my field points are supposed to hit the great thing about Magnus stingers is. You break Bend anything user air Magnus will replace them. This last year I'd finally broken my third. Ikept my original packaging and. Ihad six originally. Ijust broke my third. One of them it was is. This little piece was left. What I've had two am a defendant. One of the like over bend over was barely tip. Ijust ended it into him no questions asked. They sent it right back to. Me with three brand-new ones I'll continue shooting them for as long as I'm going to see fit. Ihaven't seen anything it's. That much better I've shot mozzies. Ishot three blades. And four blades spray mozzies there they're good at good ones but not quite.

    This is ones I thought. Iwas superb compared to those like. Isaid it's got a lifetime warranty. You break they fix it.

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    G5 Montec™ CS Broadheads

  • Patented one-piece, metal-injected molded design
  • 100% carbon steel delivers diamond-cut sharpeness
  • Deliver incredible bone-splitting strength
  • It's 25% sharper than the original stainless steel Montec™ delivering incredibly lethal wound channels to big game. The 100-grain Montec CS features a patented one-piece, metal-injected molded design. It's made of 100% carbon steel for diamond-cut sharpness. Spin-tested to guarantee deadly accuracy. Per 3.
    Size: 100 grain - 1-1/16" cutting diameter.


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    Hello welcome drapes archery great sorry calm we're here innate the engineer of the broad heads 4g5 he's going to go through the new Mon taxi on Mont xes yeah the Mont xes was new for 2009 its is basically. That the same mon tech. That we've had for years. Where it's one piece stainless steel there's no goose blades. Anything to come loose. You basically just screw. And go but what we improved for 2009 is. We use a new material a carbon steel also allowed. Us to get it a little bit harder. And result in about 25 percent increased sharpness on the Montague it's also easier to resharpen as well. You like the Montague. Though like the much like sea. Is just a little bit. You can sharpen this brought. It on a Flintstone yep yeah. We sell a flat diamond stone. You can take a file to get the big Nick soft but it's basically setting it down. And just open it side to side. And just doing the same amount of work on. Each blade surface you can reach up in the head. Some guys have shot up to ten eleven animals with the same head so strong as ever.

    And sharper than ever yes yep absolutely check them out drapes our tree Dre's very calm.

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    G5 Deadmeat 3-Blade Broadheads

  • SnapLock system secures blades at all bow speeds
  • Blades extend to 1-1/2" for wide cuts and deep penetration
  • Includes one ballistically matched practice head
  • Built to take the guesswork out of mechanical broadheads, G5's Deadmeat Three-Blade Broadheads' SnapLock™ blade retention system holds the mechanical blades secure at all bow speeds. Razor-sharp mechanical blades extend to 1-1/2" for wide cuts and deep penetration. Includes one ballistically matched practice head for use on all target types. Per 3.
    Blade thickness: .044".
    Cutting dia: 1-1/2".
    Available: 100 gr., 125 gr.




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    NAP Spitfire Gobbler Getter Broadheads

  • Designed with a cone-shaped silver bullet point
  • 1-1/2" cutting diameter
  • 100 grain and 125 grain available
  • Designed with a cone-shaped silver bullet point, Gobbler Getters deliver added shock and drag for sure knock-down power. Three super-sharp, extra-tough Diamize® blades are held closed by a snap-locking retention system (no rubber bands needed) to ensure blades stay closed out of even the fastest bows. 1-1/2" cutting diameter. .030 blade thickness. Per 3.
    Sizes: 100 grain, 125 grain.


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    Magnus® Bullhead Broadheads

  • Large 3" or 4" cutting surface
  • Created for head and neck shots
  • Razor-sharp stainless steel blades
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  • Arrow that tom with confidence and don’t worry about tracking him with the new Bullhead Broadheads by Magnus. These broadheads have excellent flight out of the fastest bows and ensure a clean, ethical kill. The large cutting surface is created for head and neck shots for turkey and all sorts of small game. While most broadheads bury in the weeds after a missed shot, the large diameter of the blades act as a brake and stop the arrow from sneaking into grass and cover. The 100-grain, three blade has a 3" cutting surface, while the 125-grain has a 4" cutting surface with razor-sharp stainless steel blades with a thickness of .048 thousands. The screw-in ferrule is made out of the strongest aircraft aluminum for extreme strength and durability. Per 3.
    Available: 100-grain, 3"; 125-grain, 4".



    Everyone and welcome back spring turkey season is upon. Is right and I've been looking for the edge to get myself a spring turkey well actually I've been looking for the edge to get a turkey. All regular hunting season in the fall. Some Magnus bull head turkey tips here. And basically these are supposed to increase the kill radius of your broad head to help. You give you them you know a little bit. More room for error. When shooting out of turkey. You know I got a pretty good the price on these are about twenty dollars for the set of three. Icame with an instructional DVD. Isat down I'll watch the instructional DVD with my son. You know they had. All the testimonials in the video. They showed a bunch of people shooting turkeys. They did have some instruction in the video as far. How to tune them how to sight in your bow with. They touched on something called a four feathered arrow for using layman terms here. Ididn't quite understand. What they meant. They didn't really show. They just kind of touched on. And then they showed a bunch of people shooting stuff. You know I saw people drawing back on their arrows. And shooting an arrow like. This with three vanes on the back. And then somebody shooting an arrow like.

    This with four vanes. Ireally didn't know. What to think about. We went out hunting anyway for turkeys. One of my friends took a shot. He had also used some of these. He took a shot at a turkey. He said the arrow just took off like three feet up to the left. And up basically he missed by a mile. It sounded like a helicopter. It took off with the arrow so. We really weren't sure. What was going on other. These things were causing our arrows not to fly straight so. Iwent back and looked in an instruction video again. And figured out that hey in order to get. These to work they're recommending using. That arrow with the four feathers on. Iwent to the Magnus website found the link bought. Some of these arrows for the poundage of my bow. Iwent ahead and bought. Some of these little quiver adapters as well. These things here did not fit in my quiver. And the blades end up sticking out. And basically what these are supposed to do is. You stick them in your quiver like so.

    And then your turkey tip goes in here like. It gives you a little bit. More protection so you don't cut yourself so already I'm in four new arrows. And a quiver adapter. Iwas just going out for some turkey tips so. Igo out I shoot my four feathered arrow I'm sorry. If I'm using the wrong terms here guys but em. And granted my arrows do fly a little straighter with. These four arrows but the feathers are getting are. These four feathers but my feathers are getting tore up I'm using an octane capture rest turns out. You need to use a drop away rest. Because as you can tell with. These there is no way those feathers are gonna come through without dragon. And their dragon and getting tore up but with.

    This arrow the way he would've chewed up like. And using the capture rest my arrows flew straight. And grouping better groups let. Me say I'll roll some footage in here excuse. Me I'll roll some footage in here of. Me shooting my normal arrows with just a field tip. You can see that I'm taking the zero no problem. And then I will shoot my normal arrow here with the turkey tip. It shoots about six to eight inches to the left. And then I used the four feathered arrows here. That was recommended kind of in between the lines in the instructional video the grouping got really good. It only dropped a couple of inches. Isuspect it was dropping because of my capture arrest so in short.

    Idon't think this is going to add much to your hunting if. You will because like. Isaid I'm out 20 bucks $25 for the tips. Another five or six for this. Ibelieve thirty more dollars for the arrows maybe up to forty with shipping and then. Iwent out and bought. Another arrest and looking back. Iwould probably just stick with my broad heads instead of doing this. This has created more gear for me to carry. And I'm really the margin for error isn't the odds are not. That good that ending crus might kill zone. That well as much as. Iwas hoping anyways thanks for watching and please subscribe for more hunting videos.

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