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At MoJam I picked up my #1 and #2 hunting tips made by Scott Stanberry from Jacksonville, Illinois. [email protected]. The one on the left is dark brown obsidian from Oregon I believe and the one on the right is flint from the upper midwest (Mississippi valley). Each weigh in at 146 grains. I will hasp them on bamboo shafts with Missouri wild turkey wing feathers donated my numerous MWT members. Finished arrows should be around 560 grains there abouts.
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QAD Exodus.
 

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Muzzy for my old compound but playing with a new bow and hypodermics. Rothaar Snuffers in my longbow, not sure how many I have left probably 100 but I knew Roger he was always generous. (y)
 

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Rage hypodermics if I get to use my compound this year. I’ve killed multiple bucks, couple bull elk, few coyotes and a big pig with them. No reason to change what works for me.
 

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Another vote for NAP Killzone 2". I'm colorblind and need a short thick bloodtrail Helen Keller could follow. These do a great job without rubber bands or collars.
 

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mechanical broadheads are hilarious... the only clean and sure way an arrow kills is with penetration. those mechanicals completely undermine that process. find a solid fixed blade broadhead. I've seen some progress with the single bevel broadheads but I stick with Montec G5's 125 grain.
 

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Magnus for me. 100 gr. Hornets, stingers. Have a pk of the TOTA heads coming.
 

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I’ve had great luck with spitfires. Keep saying I’m going to do archery elk and switch to fixed blades with heavier arrows, but still kicking the can on that
 

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Using QAD exodus on my boys bows. I watched a test or two on YouTube. They out penetrated a lot of others in these tests.
So far so good. Accuracy and penetration good to go.
 

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Using QAD exodus on my boys bows. I watched a test or two on YouTube. They out penetrated a lot of others in these tests.
So far so good. Accuracy and penetration good to go.
Yep the QADs are solid. I bought some for this year as well.
 

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If you want to see a buck die quickly, Spitfire Maxx are about as good as it gets from a compound or xbow.

I know there are others just as good, but I have yet to have a deer go over 50yds with a well placed spitfire maxx, and so far all the deer I've hit with them have been well placed shots. :D
 
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mechanical broadheads are hilarious... the only clean and sure way an arrow kills is with penetration. those mechanicals completely undermine that process. find a solid fixed blade broadhead. I've seen some progress with the single bevel broadheads but I stick with Montec G5's 125 grain.
just so I am following, 2021 expandable technolies are junk?
 

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Blackout Toxic, made by G5, super sharp and look just like G5's version and them Exodus

Also a couple Thunderheads
 

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NAP Spitfire’s. Although next year I’m switching to a fixed blade…just not sure what one.
 
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