March 2nd, 2006, 12:30 AM
Anyone using Wasp JackHammer SST 100 grain broadheads?
Anyone using Wasp JackHammer SST 100 grain broadheads? How have they performed for you? I just bought a 3 pack for turkey hunting this year and will probably try them on deer this fall also.
March 2nd, 2006, 05:15 AM
I used them this past deer season. They flew great. I had no problem with them. Good luck
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March 2nd, 2006, 07:40 AM
Took an average size doe with the 100gr 1.25" cut Jak-Hammer this season. About a 20yd broadside shot, complete passthrough. Deer ran about 50yds and dropped over dead. The head was completely intact; cleaned it up, touched-up the blades and back in the quiver. Tough, accurate, sharp and thick blades. This was also my first deer using the Lumenock; something about seeing that laser-beam arrow flight that made this kill an awesome experience.
For turkey hunting, I suspect you'll probably want to use the 100gr Jak with the 1.75" cut.
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