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MsandLa
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Bloodrunner broadheads question for ya'll

I am trying to get my mind off my sons game and LSU so I figure hunting is the best way.

So my question is.. has anyone used these?

I bought a pack yesterday for shits and giggles. It said on box they were field point accurate. I found that was far from the truth.

Has anyone else had experience with them?


Choirboy
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re: Bloodrunner broadheads question for ya'll
I also found that they flew a little heavy


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Rebman601
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re: Bloodrunner broadheads question for ya'll
There are more factors to it than broadheads flying just like field points. If your bow isn't tuned correctly you'll never get broadheads to fly like field points. You probably need to adjust your rest. Just google how to broadhead tune your bow and it's pretty simple.


DownshiftAndFloorIt
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re: Bloodrunner broadheads question for ya'll
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If your bow isn't tuned correctly you'll never get broadheads to fly like field points


Yep. Arrows need to be right as well

My brother's bow shoots anything you screw onto the end of it. Mine will only shoot certain things well.

A perfectly tuned bow doesn't need fletchings.


MsandLa
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re: Bloodrunner broadheads question for ya'll
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Yep. Arrows need to be right as well


I even try to find what arrows fly the best.

With that said.. I was putting groups (or close to) in a three inch circle on target with field points. My practice head shot ten inches high and to right. I was very aggravated with results


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007mag
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re: Bloodrunner broadheads question for ya'll
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It said on box they were field point accurate
They theoretically group as accurately as field points but not same point of impact as field points.
Never believe everything you read unless it's on the internet.


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