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#1 Male OFFLINE   maximus66

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Posted 03/11/17 - 09:41 AM

Badger single bevel broadheads... anyone have experience with these?

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#2 Male OFFLINE   Gobblengrunt

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Posted 03/11/17 - 10:15 AM

I have. They are a little short for penetration and intended purposes. Because of their "different" angled rotation, it doesn't actually work exactly as a correct single bevel broadhead should. Don't get me wrong, they are a good head, but if your looking for a single bevel broadhead to do it's intended work, I would look into more of the 3 to 1 ratios with thick blades and proper blade angle. Also, single bevel only helps getting through bone and only if you have enough energy to get through that bone. On flesh, there is no real advantage to single bevel. If looking for one of the best single bevel broadhead, take a look at abowyer broadheads. Just my $.02

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Posted 03/11/17 - 10:52 AM

I have. They are a little short for penetration and intended purposes. Because of their "different" angled rotation, it doesn't actually work exactly as a correct single bevel broadhead should. Don't get me wrong, they are a good head, but if your looking for a single bevel broadhead to do it's intended work, I would look into more of the 3 to 1 ratios with thick blades and proper blade angle. Also, single bevel only helps getting through bone and only if you have enough energy to get through that bone. On flesh, there is no real advantage to single bevel. If looking for one of the best single bevel broadhead, take a look at abowyer broadheads. Just my $.02

Thanks, appreciate the input
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