Why I asked him above ...I heard that often from their usersI wasnt impressed with the one deer i killed with SevR....they went done the road and arent coming back
Really simple. Terrible penetration on straight foward easy shot, then a really funky looking wound channel and angle that didnt match what should have happened.Why I asked him above ...I heard that often from their users
I like iron will v series never had an issue with them at all for a small cut it does the job very well and always razor sharp ...slick trick also works well though for a fraction of the cost
I’ll Def be sticking with iron will and slick tricks... ya know I don’t like the screws for the blades but the Ramcat Diamond broadheads fly like lasers and do a pretty good hole for the size cut they are rated pretty devastating woundsReally simple. Terrible penetration on straight foward easy shot, then a really funky looking wound channel and angle that didnt match what should have happened.
Now before I get jumped on by guys that like them I will head it off.
~Yes my bow is tuned. I can tune a bow better then most guys as well.
~Yes i had sufficient arrow weight for penetration. 475 grains
~ Yes I admit my sample size was one, however from results it was one too many.
~ Especially consisiderig that with the same set up, with different broadheads this year i killed...moose, caribou, deer and antelope.
good blood trail, I’m guessing he went around 75-100 yds.How did it perform on the Muley ? Are you stopping using them after that?
Have been using them for years and they are best heads made... but yes they require a q tip every so often with rem oil just to ensure no pitting or rust. But the accuracy the warranty the quality is second to none. They do damage tooHas anyone had these for a few seasons yet? I am curious about potential rusting? I live close to the coast and moisture is quite high on most of my hunting seasons. Would a guy need to be oiling or coating these every season or every rainstorm?