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Product DescriptionIf you're looking for extreme sharpness, try the Montec Broadhead from G5 Outdoors. Montec Broadheads combine tough, one-piece, 100% steel construction with 100% spin-tested accuracy. With no components to assemble or replace, simply screw the broadhead onto your shaft, and you're ready to shoot. These simple-to-use, high-performance broadheads boast ultra-sharp blades and a cut-on-contact design for a clean kill. 1-1/16" cutting diameter.
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Q:I purchased a set of these broadheads, What effect does shooting them into practice targets or 3-D targets? Do you have to tune them ??
Dan R LLoydAsked on 7/20/2009 by CaptDan
A:well if you bought the hunting heads (not the practice heads) the effect of shooting them into targets are that the blades will eventually get dull...also if u shoot tight groups your broad heads will slap together in the target and cause the tips to bend..NOW if your shooting the practice head your ok because they arent sharp so you dont have to worry about them dulling..thats why theyre "practice" heads. and you dont have to tune the broad head..screw those bad boys in nice and tight and tune your bow sights..good luck hope this helps you.
BronxBowHunterAnswered on 8/10/2009 by Bronx Bow Hunter from Bronx New York
A:With my setup, the Montec's shot identical to my field tips. Do not try to group them because you will tear up your arrows.Answered on 9/24/2009 by Chris from Amarillo TX
A:yes you do have to tune them, but I would reccomend buying a set of the preseason practice heads. They fly the same as the broadhead itself.Answered on 10/14/2009 by chasenmojo from upstate, N.Y.
A:I shoot mine(100 gr) into the block, I have shot hundreds of times into it. So far the block is holding up.Answered on 8/11/2009 by whoop from s.w. michigan
A:It really doesnt have any effect on them. It would ordinarily dull most sharp broadheads but since these aren't sharp to start with there is no loss. They are made very accurate and mine did not require any tuning at all. Best thing about them is how well they fly.Answered on 7/23/2010 by Martin from Valley Lee, Maryland
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