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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 01-21-2013, 07:12 AM Thread Starter
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I'm interested in trying some HT2's. The specs for the arrows fit my taste.Does any shoot them or Bloodsports in general? Any good?
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Re: Bloodsport Arrows

Im also interested, the newer ones will come with lighted nocks. Anyone?
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Re: Bloodsport Arrows

Hi guys,
I represent muddy, and yes they will be available this year with lighted nocks, as far as the bloodsport arrows, in my opinion ive shot them all over the years, and shot alot of deer, but these arrows are worth every penny, the rugged wrap technology, to the hand spun weave, using the APS outserts, the small diameter, they are true, tough, and hit like a hammer! try them i promise you wont regret it and youll never buy another arrow again
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Thanks ! Maybe I'll give em a shot.
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Re: Bloodsport Arrows

I don't really care for small diameter shafts like the HT1s and that includes all of micro shafts. The components are pricey and not to mention the shafts them selfs. I get enough pentetration already with my bow specs. The HT2s are very versatile. I think ill pick up some 350's and prolly shoot a 125 grain tips for more FOC and still finish out at 400 grains. Just hope there are as tough as i keep reading.
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