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post #1 of 12 (permalink) Old 11-07-2015, 03:56 AM Thread Starter
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G5 broadhead

I'm thinking of going back to fixed heads out of my TenPoint Titan and was wondering which you would choose and why

G5 Montec
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G5 Striker

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Re: G5 broadhead

Either is good I would lean towards the Montec. One piece construction, easy to sharpen.
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Re: G5 broadhead

I just shot a doe last week with a 100 gn montec. 330 Gps from my xbow. No blood trail. Nothing. She only went 50 yards luckly. I DON'T LIKE NO THAT THERE WAS NO BLOOD TRAIL.
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Re: G5 broadhead

I use the g5 montec 100 gr with good success ,easy to sharpen ,,
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Re: G5 broadhead

Thanks for the replies I'm leaning towards the Montec because they have practice tips available and the one piece construction seem more durable

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Re: G5 broadhead

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I just shot a doe last week with a 100 gn montec. 330 Gps from my xbow. No blood trail. Nothing. She only went 50 yards luckly. I DON'T LIKE NO THAT THERE WAS NO BLOOD TRAIL.
The lack of a good blood trail is not always the fault of the broadhead. A slightly high hit with a higher than optimal exit wound will result in the chest cavity filling with blood but a poor blood trail. Not bashing you, just speaking from experience. Been there myself more than once.
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I used a g5 montec as well. Zero blood trail. Will never use it again. Shot good from thunderhawk, but again left zero blood.
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Re: G5 broadhead

I have had great luck with Strikers. Saw a heart shot doe hit with a Montec that left essentially no blood. Can't explain it but I would not believe it if I didn't see it.

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Wonder why no blood trail with the Montec ??? Makes me not wanna try them.

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