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Upping FOC on my new Gold Tip Hunter Pro 300s. Either I switch from 100gr to 125gr points/heads or add weight using the FACT system.

Which option would you pick?
 

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4 options here:

125gr head:
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100gr head with 30gr weight:
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100gr head with 40gr weight:
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100gr head with 50gr weight:
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29" carbon to carbon
9.3gpi
Inserts 12.4gr
Nock Bushing 12.6gr
AccuLite Nocks 8.3gr

Fusion Q2I II 2.1" Vanes 7.5gr
One Stringer Reflective Wraps 4.5" 1.6gpi

2012 Athens Accomplice 34
30.5DL
60 pounds
 

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It would depend to me.. all my heads are 100s so i cant afford to buy all new heads. Id do fact system
 

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I've got a pile of 100gr field points but unless I buy new blades I'm down to two broadheads.

I thinking that 100gr heads with 40grs of weight makes for nice numbers. A tad heavy maybe.

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I always go for insert weight and stay with 100gr BH. There is a much much greater selection of 100 gr heads. I can buy 100 gr heads easier if I am traveling and need some for some reason. If you have a specific 125 broadhead that you shoot, and do not plan on changing, then just stock up on 125's.
 

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I go back and forth between 100 and 125 grain broadheads, using the FACT system. The only down side is that FACT weights and the special wrench are expensive. However, it can be a lot cheaper than buying a whole new supply of broadheads. Not to mention, there is a bigger selection of broadheads available if you stick with 100 grains.
 
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