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Looks like NAP and Rage copies. Might as well add case, powder and primer.

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There is not much more that can be done to innovate BH's. Designs come, go, and come back again. It's not complicated. They must be sharp, accurate, and you must put them where it counts. It doesn't need to cost $30 for 1 head.
 

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Where I have discovered broad head problems is: 1) the hard point screwing into an aluminum body. 2)the same broad head design with replaceable blades that have an aluminum ferrule that tightens the blades into the body. Hitting something hard, the hard point stretches the aluminum body. The blades hitting something hard will push back into the aluminum ferrule causing the blades to fall out. I found this when shooting the Allen Gunnison broad heads sold by WalMart and Canadiantire. These are 100 grain, made in China. These are a very accurate broad head.

One arrow went through the Morrell Hi Roller 21 dice target with the point sticking into a 3/8" back up piece of plywood (placed approximately a foot behind the target), where the nose damaged the aluminum body.

The second one got damaged shooting into the Rinehart Rhino Brute XL target where the blade got pushed back into the aluminum ferrule. Removing the arrow, one blade is still in the target.

Some of the older style fixed broad heads from back in the 70's and 80's will work on arrows shot with crossbows with no problems.

All the best.
 

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Yep, like I said in the other post....I'll buy their bullets after I buy their rifle. HA! Yea!:rolleyes:
 
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