Broadheads for 2018

Louis

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I'm thinking to change the broadheads this year. I've shot skillful tricks last year and have no complaints with them, but I'm a person who likes to change things. I'm looking into wasp and rocket mechanicals. I have not talked to anybody who shot these heads before, but I would like to try them. What do everyone think about them?
 
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Great avitar pic. Looks really framiliar. Do you have a story you could share about it?
 
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Never shot either brand as I shoot NAP broadheads, however friend of mine has been shooting wasp for a while and has been happy with them.
 

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I'm going the opposite direction and away from the mechanicals and I'll be shooting viper tricks this year. If those don't work out I'm going to order up a think exodus and see how they shoot. Try to get a good combo together before heading west
 

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I'm going the opposite direction and away from the mechanicals and I'll be shooting viper tricks this year. If those don't work out I'm going to order up a think exodus and see how they shoot. Try to get a good combo together before heading west
Just go right to the Exodus. They are the most accurate, tough, scary sharp fixed head I’ve ever used. Blew through 2 nice 8 pointers at a quartering to angle, buried in the dirt and the blades were still sharp. When I practice with them I just can’t get over how freaky accurate they are. Slicks are good too, but I find that the blades get gouged and nicked.
 


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