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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Regina, SK

    G5 sgh

    Just got back from a gopher hunt with my son. First time using the G5 SGH and wow...these things just knock the socks off small game. Shots at 25 to 52 yards and they just devastate. I just wished they made an 85 gr head that my little guy could shoot. My judo points and rubber blunts will be collecting rust and dust from now on...and as a bonus I think they skip less then judos. If anyone has found anything better I would be interested in hearing about it. Thanks

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Feb 2007
    Ive tried many small game heads and have not found any better than the SGH.

  3. #3

    I love my SGHs.

  4. #4
    these heads are brutal. I absolutely love these things, and the best part is the arrow doesnt bury into the ground.

  5. #5
    They are some great heads, I have shot squirls,birds,rabits,coons and just about every small game animal you can think of with them. The other day I called my dad to let him know I was coming over to fling some arrows and he told me he was at bass pro buying a pellet gun to kill a rat that had been hanging around the drive way. I told if I seen it I would stick it with an arrow. Well I seen it as soon as I got in the drive way,I quickly knocked an arrow on my gt500 and smoked him at 20yards.I then recovered my arrow and found that all the blades where broke off of my sgh.I have pute these things thru some serious abuse and this is the first problem I have seen with them. The rat was sitting in a stone drive way so I can see why it failed.Other than that they are by far the best small game heads I have used.

  6. #6
    Nothing i have shot with the SGH has moved an inch after the arrow impacted. I love them.
    2011 Bowtech Invasion CPX Black Ops, 62lbs, G5 expert pro
    2008 Diamond Nitrous, 65 lbs, G5 expert II rest.
    2007 Bowtech Guardian, 65 lbs, Goldtip Ted Nugent Signature series 5575, roughly 288fps.
    2007 Bowtech allegiance, Easton Full Metal Jackets, g5 expert II, 65 lbs

  7. #7
    Join Date
    Aug 2008
    Regina, SK
    Well from these responses sounds like it is the small game head to have..thanks guys.

  8. #8
    Join Date
    Mar 2008
    SE Oklahoma

    Thumbs up

    They are wicked for sure!

  9. #9
    how bout some pics.

  10. #10
    Join Date
    Dec 2006
    i've shot 47 groundhogs this summer with them and no issues at all,I was afaid the tips would break off but not one yet and i'm shooting 70 lbs,, highly recommend love shooting groundhogs!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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  11. #11
    Join Date
    Feb 2006
    central Missouri
    We took these heads out west when we antelope hunted. We did a number on those jack rabbits. Simply devastating. And as accurate as can be.
    Hoyt Nitrum 30
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    B-stinger 10" Extreme Hunter
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