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    G5 T3 vs NAP Killzone

    I currently have the T3's but haven't harvested an animal with them yet. They seem to fly pretty good though. People that have shoot both the T3's and Killzones. Which ones fly better? And from experience which one do you prefer?

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    In testing I found both to fly great

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maine-Hunter View Post
    I currently have the T3's but haven't harvested an animal with them yet. They seem to fly pretty good though. People that have shoot both the T3's and Killzones. Which ones fly better? And from experience which one do you prefer?
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    I'm trying some t3s this year.
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    Ive killed deer with both. They both fly great, you won't have an issue in the flight department. Both passed through deer with lung/heart shots. I thought the Killzones were significantly sharper. Killzones gave a great blood trail, but the T3's gave an unbelievable blood trail. I was just about jogging the blood trail literally.. Both great.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Cully View Post
    I'm trying some t3s this year.
    T3's are illegal in NY, fyi

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    I've never shot the Killzones, but my T3s couldn't fly any better.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Arky1cam View Post
    Look at the real meat broadhead test.......

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    Great test man! Looks like I should stick with the T3's
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake Regan View Post
    T3's are illegal in NY, fyi
    They are? Is it a 3 blade thing?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Captain Cully View Post
    They are? Is it a 3 blade thing?
    It's because they're considered barbed.

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    Anymore input? As of now pretty sure ill be sticking with t3's
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    Quote Originally Posted by BP1992 View Post
    It's because they're considered barbed.
    Half afraid to ask, but does Pennsylvania have a ruling on this? We can't use barbed heads here either, but I've been using them since 2010....
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    I have one kill with the killzone last year. It was quartering away and I double lunged him higher in the chest cavity. I had large entry and exit and a huge blood trail. Haven't used the t3 yet...
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    Quote Originally Posted by BP1992 View Post
    It's because they're considered barbed.
    Is it on an actual list? Or do the blades lock in their extended position altering their description to a back cut/barb? Sorry if this is a hi-jack.
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