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Well, I scratched that itch. These heads are as advertised as far as sharpness goes, they are scary sharp out of the box. They are really built well. I took two, out of the box and put them on Gold Tip Pro Hunter 5575s. I shoot a 29" 60 lb Creed at 58 pounds. the broadheads spun perfect on the first arrows I put them on. I typically shoot Slick Trick standards and QAD Exodus. My bow is tuned so both of those broadheads hit with my field points at 40 yards ( at least as good as I can shoot :) ) one of the Solids shot in the group with everything else and I was very pleased. However, the other Solid shot about 8 inches low right at 30 yards and about 10 inches low right at 40 yards. Unusual for me, the out broadhead shot it's own group even on two different shafts. Usually when I get a fixed head that won't group it is wild, not consistent. another disappointment to me is that the heads require a special Torx driver to take them apart and they do not come with the driver. I have two sets of Torx drivers and neither set has a driver this small. So, after $79 for three broadheads I would also have to buy a driver to take them apart to sharpen them...hmmmm. i haven't shot the third head or even spun it yet....I will probably do that this weekend. I will see how it shoots. If it shoots well I will give that out head some more attention, if not I will consider this a bust. forgot to mention these are all 100 grain points and I shoot Blazer fletching.
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