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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-28-2015, 10:40 PM Thread Starter
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New crossbow

Just picked up the Excalibur Micro 335. Anyone shooting one? What weight heads and what broadheads are you having good results with?

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 06-29-2015, 12:27 AM
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Re: New crossbow

I got one this past winter. They are a very nice bow and it is amazing how compact they have got the recurve platform. I am using 16" BEE arrows with 110 grain inserts and 100 grain heads. For broadheads I am using Swhacker broadheads.

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Re: New crossbow

i shot one a few weeks ago. i will have one before this fall. the guy at the place i shot mine said that one of the guys that worked there had one and the quills that come with it shot great with 125 rage X-bow heads.

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Re: New crossbow

We shot some really small groups (well under 2 inches) today at 40 yards with one. I built 15 1/2" Victory with a 110 grain brass insert and used a 100 grain head. Total weight was 370 grains. Not to bad for a breezy day with heavy mist coming down. Still working on broadheads, but I suspect a G5 Striker will work well, Montec should be right in there too.

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