Testing Different Broadheads: Ramcats Not Ideal for Block Targets

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  • Casey's avatar

    👍🏼😄no I would think not. ...did you decide on one that you like? I've had good results before with the montec I see there but have since switched a couple times...

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    I'm currently going with the crimson talon cleavers @ 125gr but am considering going heavier....shooting about 62#

  • Mark's avatar

    @Casey I really like the kudu single bevels iv used them for the last few years and was really sold on them when my brother sent one through a doe splitting a rib and got a passthrough and hit the tree behind her. He shoots 70lb and the shot was around 55-60 yards.
    I was wanting to try different heads mainly for turkey because I hunt a small property for them

  • Casey's avatar

    @Mark 👍🏼right on man, I'm a fan of the single bevels. As far as Turkey hunting, cheaper the better imo😄 .22 like a squirrel is quickest.

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