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mowbizz

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I'm just using a heavier broad head...150 grain with the Excalibur and 125's with the Mission (unless I happen to hunt with the 170 grain NAP FOC heads.)
If I ever buy custom bolts when my factory ones crap out, I will likely have them built with a heavier insert to create more FOC.
 

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Last year I used 150 grain Bolt Cutters with my Excalibur and this year I am using 150 grain Swhackers with my Excalibur Bulldog 400.
 

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Last year I used 150 grain Bolt Cutters with my Excalibur and this year I am using 150 grain Swhackers with my Excalibur Bulldog 400.
How do those Shwackers fly? I Have yet to fire a bolt at anything but targets...I need an animal to kill!!
I also use the bolt cutters on the Excalibur and NAP spitfires on the Mission.
 

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How do those Shwackers fly? I Have yet to fire a bolt at anything but targets...I need an animal to kill!!
I also use the bolt cutters on the Excalibur and NAP spitfires on the Mission.
They flew about 2 inches to the right at 40 yards compared to my field tips. I made the adjustment and now they are good. Shot one doe with them this season. Worked well, deer went 40 yards. The 150's have a 3 inch cut.
 

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They flew about 2 inches to the right at 40 yards compared to my field tips. I made the adjustment and now they are good. Shot one doe with them this season. Worked well, deer went 40 yards. The 150's have a 3 inch cut.
Thanks!
 
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