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Need help between 2 mechanicals.

I have a TenPoint Turbo II. I have my choice of mechanical broadheads narrowed down to either G5T3 or the Spitfires. Any suggestions will be greatly appreciated. thanks in advance

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Re: Need help between 2 mechanicals.

The spitfires fly really well out of my Ten Point Turbo XLT. I haven't tried the G5's.

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I have used 100 gr. spitfires in 4 different crossbows,they fly perfect in everyone i have owned.
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Spitfire.

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Re: Need help between 2 mechanicals.

Spitfires. TenPoint even recommends spitfires in their crossbows.

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My bowhunting partner shoots spitfires out of his ten point and has killed several nice bucks and 1 bear with them. Very accurate and deadly!
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Spitfire Maxx....Buy off of Amazon for $ 28.00/3-pack.

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Re: Need help between 2 mechanicals.

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Spitfires. TenPoint even recommends spitfires in their crossbows.
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Spitfires. they fly great out of my Parker. right thru both shoulder blades of a doe at 25 yards.

I used the same head to kill 3 deer, (not the one I used above) it was still sharp enough to pass the rubber band test.

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Re: Need help between 2 mechanicals.

Another vote for Spitfires. The T3's I tested just didn't perform well and were a hassle to deal with.

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