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These are images submitted by Rapids Archery Club Members.
This would be the first of many tests of a single bevel broadhead. The research we did stated that a lower pundages, single bevel broadheads penetrate better and broken through bone easier.
I purchased what I called 'Hunting Arrows". They were a little stiffer for the heavier broadheads I would be using for Elk Hunting.
I was practicing with the two types of broadheads we had purchased to see which ones flew the truist.Broadhead are prohibited on ALL other outdoor ranges.