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I did a little test of my own, I shot A TI-100 into a 1" thick piece of kiln dried red oak and this broadhead penetrated completely without damage!!!!!THATS PENETRATION If you are looking for a good head this is the one....

If anyone else has had good luck with this head I would like to hear from you
 

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Awsome head - they shoot great & will hold up to about anything.
 

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I've been shooting these heads since 1997. They are durable... but also easy to tune and are accurate.
 

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Rocky Mtn. BH's

I believe that the Ti-100 is a excellent BH. Personally I shoot the Rocky Mtn. 125gr. Ironhead.

I found this to be very comparable to the Ti-100 with the 1 1/8th inch cut and a cut on impact knife point tip but in a heavier model. I wanted the Ti-125 but found the price to be a little steep so I went with the 125 Ironhead.

Whether you choose the Ti-100, Ti-125 or the 125 Ironhead. You can't go wrong!
 

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Rocky Ti-100
Accuracy 4 points
Plywood 5 points
Steel drum 4 points
Tire 4 points
Blades 3 points
Non-mechanical head 2 points
Cutting diameter 3 points
Total score 25 with a blade sharpness ratting of A+

The Rocky Ti-100 is one outstanding broadhead. The Ferrule is made from Titanium while the blades are made of stainless steel. This makes for a very strong broadhead! The tip on the head is very sharp and resembles a cut on contact style head more than the typical chisel found on most replaceable blade heads today.
I found the accuracy to be excellent, and the blades were very sharp out of the package. In the plywood test the head busted though with out any problems or damage. In the tire test the head penetrated the first side with several inches of arrow shaft, again no damage. In the steel drum the Ti-100 penetrated the first wall and the tip and part of the blades were sticking in the back wall. The head preformed every test with out any damage, and still remained accurate and very useable, provided you change the blades. This is one of the very best broadheads I have tested. I know they cost about twice as much as other heads of similar style, but with the titanium construction and super sharp blades I would say they are worth it. You can sharpen the tip if it gets dull, and with replacement blades these heads should last for a very long time. I suspect you will loose one before you destroy it!
 

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I was flight testing the head last year at my archery range the heads flew great. A fellow range member asked if he could try the head, I allowed him to try the head. He flew the head into a sappling and we had to cut the broadhead out. The head was in perfect shape several range members saw what happen and asked to try the head, liked the head and bought it. That same broadhead I changed the blades and shot a buck last year. I plan on using the same head till I loose it or break it.
 
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