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What is the smallest broadhead diameter allowed in MO?
 

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I think anything below a needle point, would be....pointless
 

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I do not know that it would be pointless, I think it would have a very small point though!
 

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Originally posted by Hayzer
I think anything below a needle point, would be....pointless
As usual Hayzer....THANKS FOR THE HELP!!!

The reason I was asking is I just tried this fixed blade I've never shot before and fell in love with it. It only has a 1" cutting diameter though. Believe it or not, they are shooting exactly like my field points. Actually, they seem to stabilize my arrow better. They are the wasp bullet. You guys gotta give em a shot!
 

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Originally posted by cfdjay
Originally posted by Hayzer
I think anything below a needle point, would be....pointless
As usual Hayzer....THANKS FOR THE HELP!!!

The reason I was asking is I just tried this fixed blade I've never shot before and fell in love with it. It only has a 1" cutting diameter though. Believe it or not, they are shooting exactly like my field points. Actually, they seem to stabilize my arrow better. They are the wasp bullet. You guys gotta give em a shot!
I've used the Wasp SST for years. It's an 1 3/8" I think but goes through deer like they're not even there. The bullet should do the same.
 

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I'm tellin' ya Mark, this is one of the best kept secrets in bowhunting. I can't believe these broadheads don't get more press.
 
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