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Broadhead Accuracy Inconsistent.

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OK, I am going to give you as much information as I can as I am in desperate need of help. I have a 26.5 in draw. I purchased a BOWTECH BTX-28 set at 58 lbs and have paper tuned the bow and it is shooting bullets. I also completely zeroed in using field points at 10 thru 60 yard and am hitting 6 arrows at all ranges within a 4 inch bullseye area. My arrows are Gold Tip Velocity XT 300′s cut to 28.25 inches with 100 grain tips weighing a total of 420 grains each arrow with a +or- 0.2 grain of each other. I am coming up on a hunt so I purchased 100 grain Thunderheads and have this lined up with vanes and arrows weigh the same as above (420 grains +or- 0.2 grains each). I shot and the Broadheads are hitting very inconsistently. At 20 yards, two are low right (8 inches away from center, two are high right (6 inches away from center) and one is level with bullseye and 2 inches to the right). I have shot these same patterns multiple times. I followed advice from everything I have read and it stated lower draw weight. So I lowered it multiple times in about 1 lb increments to 52 lbs. No change in pattern. It stated use a stiffer spined arrow (actually did that by going to the Gold Tip Velocity 300 XT’s) originally started out with 400 Spined arrows. It also stated moving my rest to the left but with shooting bullets thru paper I really don’t want to do that. Guess what, with all these changes together or apart did not make a difference in the pattern of the arrows hitting the target. Finally I decided to "follow the arrow" with my sight as I want to make a humane kill so I figured I would just change my sight to make my broadheads hit center mass, guess what NO change in the pattern. What am I doing wrong?


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Bigfoot shot placement / broadhead recommendations

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So, where do you shoot one of these suckers a d do you go for penetration or a big cut?


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Arrow and broadhead combo for moose

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Anyone with any thoughts on a set up for moose? I am headed to the yukon this fall and wondering what people are running for arrows and broadheads on moose. Currently I am shooting a bowtech insanity cpxl at 30" draw and 71#. My chrono is showing 314 fps shooting goldtip pro hunters and a slick trick magnum 100 gr head. My total arrow weight is 400gr. is this enough for moose or should i be shooting 125gr heads or heavier arrows. discuss


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what is the Best Broadhead for Hog hunting?

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I am shooting an Elite Spirit at 53lbs and have a 26.5" draw length- I have a supply of ACC 3-49 and ACC 3-60 arrows.
Suggestions as to type – Fixed blade or mechanical, weight, brand?

I understand that placement is very important but stuff happens..

Thanks


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Broadhead daydream, why the bickering theories…

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After reading through another "whats better, mechanical or fixed" thread and listening to the pros and cons and looking on in bewilderment to the nay sayers of either side of the argument to how definite the answer is in their eyes, it got me day dreaming and thinking again. Mostly out of boredom at work and the anticipation of the up coming whitetail season. It’s really all I think about the day after turkey season is over. Whilst daydreaming the other day I made an accidental, perhaps completely flawed, we’ll call it a "discovery". The original thread about fixed vs. mechanical, it always seems to be more directed towards whitetail hunting. The biggest argument being broadhead failure and reliability or the ability to recover game after the shot. The "discovery" I made might be scientific or biological, I don’t know, that’s why I’m here to discuss because maybe I’m just missing something, but why does it seem the majority of*the "right" choice for whitetail hunting is fixed blade heads, but the seemingly majority tend towards mechanical heads for turkey? In fact, seldom do i read of turkey hunters bashing any broadhead, completely contrary to whitetail hunters. I guess the real question would be why so much bickering for big game and so much more acceptance for what you shoot turkey with?*


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2015-2016 Broadhead Damage Thread

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Hey ladies and gents….lets use this thread to post pictures of bloodtrails, holes, damage, ect..from our broadheads this season

Tim


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Fixed Blade Broadhead tuning problem

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When I make the switch from FP to fixed blade broadheads, I always have to do a little tuning. Which I expect. I can get it to hit to my target. And am getting consistent groups. BUT I can see a noticeable irregular movement of the knock, in flight. Most of the time it is a horizontal movement. It is almost as if the knock is trying to fly ahead of the broadhead ( that is a little exaggerated) but you get my point. What can be done to stop this?

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Broadhead Test Part 2: exodus, slick trick, helix, landshark

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Here is the link to the accuracy and durability testing. More videos and testing coming in the next few weeks so stay tuned.

https://m.youtube.com/watch?v=xnFUkB4ZasE

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