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Why do you hunt small game?

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We are launching a new Small Game head that we think fills a void for the small game hunter. We designed it to be tough, sharp and forceful. Would love to hear your feedback!

Also, I'm trying to do a little research on small game hunting. I'm curious how many do it for fun, to practice their technique, teach youngsters, etc.

For those of you that do hunt small game, what heads do you use?

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Thank you! The Talons are available online at talonheads dot com right now at $19.95 for a 3-pack. I'm not able to post links yet because we are new to this forum so that's why I typed it the way that I did. :confused:
 

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Depending on price I may try them. My primary use is grouse during elk/deer season. I have used the G5 sgh which work great but the "fingers" break fairly easy.
This is the main reason we invented the Talon is because the "fingers" broke off of the G5 when they hit a rock, stump etc. We hunt nutria out here because they destroy ponds etc. on golf courses and farms and the Talons are made of tough steel to withstand any impact and with the concave design they are more likely to "catch" so you don't lose as many arrows.
 

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I haven't heard back did you guys get my PM with shipping information.

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John V
 
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