Yeah, those will get the job done. That Sevr Robusto is really impressive. It weighs 150 but it's worth it for the steel. And you can use my Discount Code: LUSKFIVE saves $5 on any order.That was fun to watch. I've killed elk with the Trypan and Dead meat. Both worked great for me and both fly great, the dead meat carries better in a quiver and you don't have to worry about the collars getting damaged. I might have to try out that Sevr 2.0
Whenever someone uses my discount code: LUSKFIVE, they save $5 off any order and I get a small commission--it's a win win.Another great video. really well done. I had been noodling on a switch to a mechanical for next year. I am gonna have to buy some sevr broadheads now. I hope those guys are paying you something.
good.Whenever someone uses my discount code: LUSKFIVE, they save $5 off any order and I get a small commission--it's a win win.
Care to share more detail while we wait for John to reply? I am trying to decide among the options for size.Thanks for doing the video John. I have had deflections that should not have happened with the Sevr 2.0. I think it may be due to the blades being so far forward. Have you tested for that?
I shot a mature buck with a Sevr 2.0 this fall. I was elevated about 10’, deer was not alert and was broadside, did not appear to move at the shot. Used a lighted nock and saw the arrow impact about 1/3 of the way up a couple of inches behind the shoulder. Looked perfect. Very sparse blood trail, took 3 of us about 3 hours to track him 250 yards, kicked him out of a bed and backed out. Could not get on his track over the next several days. A week later got him on trail camera with a big wound about 2” behind the shoulder 1/3 of the way up, and an exit wound out his back between the shoulder blades. Ended up shooting him about a week later and the post mortem showed that the Sevr never entered the chest cavity, it looked like it deflected off a rib. It is possible he ducked at the shot but I certainly did not see it and the entrance wound was right where I was aiming and right where I thought I saw it hit. I used the 2.1 the previous year and did not have a deflection but was not happy with the penetration on does and hogs I shoot a 540 grain arrow at 280 fps. My bow is tuned and I shoot bare shafts with fletched at 30 yards. I shot a couple of hogs before this deer with the 2.0 and they worked fine and I thought the changes they made helped. This could have been a one in a million occurrence but I do not trust them at this point.That doesn't help the rest of us. Unless you want to send out a bunch of PM's.