Ironwill durability

Vandal 44

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I have taken several animals with the Iron-Will BH. I have one BH that has a little bit of a wobble to it (I spines a cow elk on a followup shot). That same head hits the mark at 30 yards so I have no reason to send it back. The Iron-Will BH are expensive (they get real expensive when you lose one)

I am wanting to try the Iron-Will Wide for better blood trail and to make that wide cut, my concern is I only pull 50 pounds saving grace is I have a 30” draw. I might order some to use on bear and whitetail


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Stalker69

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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.
It may be slightest out of tune and just don’t show up on other heads. I tune mine for the 175 gr. XXL, and when I shoot the 125 gr. XL ‘S I add a 50 gr. Fact weight on the back of my insert. And never had an issue, on any bow as long as the spine of the arrow is correct. Have you tried a stiffer spine ? It may make the other heads fly better also, if your on the edge.
 

Stalker69

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I have taken several animals with the Iron-Will BH. I have one BH that has a little bit of a wobble to it (I spines a cow elk on a followup shot). That same head hits the mark at 30 yards so I have no reason to send it back. The Iron-Will BH are expensive (they get real expensive when you lose one)

I am wanting to try the Iron-Will Wide for better blood trail and to make that wide cut, my concern is I only pull 50 pounds saving grace is I have a 30” draw. I might order some to use on bear and whitetail


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That should not be a concern if any thing that should be more of a reason to use them imo.
 
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