Use the Wide Blade for more cut. I'm in the same boat. I don't need a tiny little head, I have more juice behind my bow than 90% of people. I need more cut - enter the Iron Will wide.The price is steep, I don't use them in my compound anymore. I don't feel like I need to and prefer a larger 3 blade for it. I use them in my trad bows and feel like it's ideal for what I need with those.
Or the German kenitics XXL, if you want a great truly WIDE cutting head, put that juice to use. 2” groups at 60, you should be taking all of Levi’s ( and every other pros) money ! What the hell you waiting for !Use the Wide Blade for more cut. I'm in the same boat. I don't need a tiny little head, I have more juice behind my bow than 90% of people. I need more cut - enter the Iron Will wide.
Absolutely.Yeah I I think it's kind of ridiculous, it would just be cool to be able to sling the equivalent of a fixed blade Rage. I think the IW Wide is a better more practical head. Always thought the XXL was the coolest looking head.
Yea, I have shot them out to 80 on many different bows and have had no issues either. Even the XXL fly great at 80, and most likely beyond. But that’s as far as I have to practice and that’s as far as I have sights set to. And it’s way farther then I would shoot at an animal, or need to use a broadhead on the end of my arrow. There are a lot of guys that can’t tune their bows to shoot any fixed heads, I haven’t found any of the well made wider heads difficult to tune at all.I’ve never heard someone say they couldn’t tune a XL german kinetic. I was shooting them out to 100 yards last summer. They flew amazing.
the bow shot numerous other fixed heads and also 1.5 heads with no issues. You shouldn’t have to totally alter a bow to a broadhead. They were also the only head I could audibly hear. I like GK standard though.Yes now we have heard that you can’t, but that does not mean your bow can’t be tuned to shoot them, all it really means is just that you may not be able to do it.
Yea I agree. The Iron Will pay for them selves down the road Can use them forever as long as you don’t loose the headAbsolutely.
I have shot a half dozen or so deer with Rage Trypans. They leave ridiculous holes. The problem is, they are one and done. Clean shot through the ribs, double lung and the blade are dinged up pretty bad. You bury one one in the dirt and the tip is bent and blades shot. You can find decent deals on the - 3 for $32 or so, but like I said, one and done. Iron Wills are pricey, but it's an investment. If you shoot a handful of animals every year, they'll pay themselves on quickly. Touch them up and go. I have yet to put a wide through an animal yet, but I guessing the holes will be pretty ridiculous as well!