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Just woundered on any reports on the crimson talon broadheads good or bad , as far as shooting animals this season , I could care less about shooting foam or practiceing with them just kills, I shot a doe the other night quarting in shot completley through her exited buried my arrow 12 inches in the ground great wholes in and out and a outstanding blood trail.

I will definitley give them 2 thumbs up and a five star report.:) :)
 

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yea ditto can't use them in Pa.
 

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I will be using the Talons, but I have some Rocket Ultimate Steel to back them up! I guess I should have shot that doe so I could have seen this myself! I won't pass up another!
I have shot these heads for practice and copetition with no problems! If they perform for me like they fly, I'm in the house! I would hate to find out the hard way!
 

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:) I recieved the following e mail from Kinsey's Archery this morning.


Kinsey's Archery Products has just received word that the Pennsylvania Game
Commission will issue a press release tomorrow, October 8, stating that the
Crimson Talon broadheads can now be used in Pennsylvania.
 

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their curved blades didn't meet the PA definition of a legal BH from what I hear
 
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