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Have any of you used the Hellrazor broadhead? if so the regular or the crossbow version? I am switching back to fixed blade and wanted to get some input. Also is there a large difference between the Reg. And xbow version? Thanks guys. Any other fixed blades to try?
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Have any of you used the Hellrazor broadhead? if so the regular or the crossbow version? I am switching back to fixed blade and wanted to get some input. Also is there a large difference between the Reg. And xbow version? Thanks guys. Any other fixed blades to try?
Not sure about the Hellrazor but there are many manufacturers that package the same broadhead in one package that says "Crossbow" and the other in the regular packaging.

As far as fixed blades go, I have always got very consistant flight out of G5 Strikers, Slick Tricks, ABC Sonics and Wasp SSTs in many different bows.

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G5 Striker for me. It's still the most accurate head I've tested.

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Im not a crossbow hunter, but I get incredible performance with Ramcats out of my compound at about 340 fps, which is pretty comparable to most crossbows on the market. Awesome, quiet, field point flight to 80 yards, and the penetration and durability has been pretty much second to none. I had flight issues with Hellrazors two years ago from a slower bow.

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Have to pay attention to the crossbow news, as a non-crossbower, just to protect myself.
Today some broadhead or arrow might work with my slower compound, but not work for a faster compound or crossbow.

I have no problem with crossbows. I just don't want to have to buy one and get a new hobby. Enough with the old ones.
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I used the killnone last year and the G5 striker it will be the kill zone for me shot 2 deer with the G5 and my friend shot one and the G5 did not open the kill zone was great we shot a few deer with it last year and all i can say is WOW
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I used the killnone last year and the G5 striker it will be the kill zone for me shot 2 deer with the G5 and my friend shot one and the G5 did not open the kill zone was great we shot a few deer with it last year and all i can say is WOW
Do you mean the G5 T3? The G5 Striker is a fixed head.

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