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Going on an elk hunt in Idaho this year. I typically shoot QAD Exodus 100 grain full blade broadheads and love them. Found out I can’t shoot them in Idaho. Any recommendations on a broadhead that would fly similarly and still have great penetration and accuracy?
 

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I read it in the Idaho big game guide as if the broadhead makes less than a 90 degree angle with the shaft it is illegal. If I am misreading it please someone let me know.

“With arrows or bolts having barbed broadheads, which is a broadhead with any portion of which forms an angle less than 90 degrees with the shaft or ferrule.”
 

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Yeah that might be, I don't know. Maybe you could contact Idaho's fish and game department.
 

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Give Wasp Boss SST a look. Come in 100 and 125 grains 3 and 4 blade versions. I have used them to kill more than a few deer now and absolutely love them. I feel they are one of the best BH's out there and a great bargain as well.
Hair popping scary sharp bomb proof tough and fly great out of my 62lb 270fps Darton DS3714/340 arrows 28.5" draw.
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I would call Idaho's game commission and ask them. That seems weird that they wouldn't be legal. Expandable are illegal though
 
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Wasp drones, G5 striker v2's. But I would and ask about the Exodus.
 

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I don’t shoot them but they sell a crap load of them at both the shops I frequent in here in Idaho. The swept ones are a no go but the ones your talking about are good I’ll wager. I like the trophy taker atac and tooth of the arrow both for sure legal here lol.


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Biggest difference is the cutting diameter. biggest reason for the V2 now is they quit making the original striker I believe. So that's why. They make a great broadhead very sharp, fly extremely well and hold an edge well.
 
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