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I have never had a broken broadhead in a rinehart even when they are frozen solid. I was shooting it the other day when it was -30 C with wind which is -22 Farenheit.
 

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If they fly like your field points , Why do you shoot Broadheads anymore ?

If you have broken heads in your target you will keep messing broadheads , or arrows in the future .
 

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Heh, that must be some broadhead.

"Forget using them on hide, muscle and bone, they can't even stand up to foam!"

-Slick Tricks


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Take out the re-bar that you use to hold the target still! jk!:darkbeer:
 

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Broadhead failure

just goes to show you that any broadhead can fail. it can happen to any head out there. i've used them in the past with great results. blades look okay from pic, looks like a weak point near threads. got a better pic?
 

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Take the stell plate from behind the target that you are using to stop pass throughs and you should be okay.
 

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Take the stell plate from behind the target that you are using to stop pass throughs and you should be okay.
Or just buy some Shuttle T-Locks, they shoot through the target and the steel plate and still look good.:wink:
 
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