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ram cat broadheads
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just picked up a pack of ram cat heads at bass pro,100 gr ,will let yall know how they work if'n I get to stick one during the urban season
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#2
Sounds good. Look forward to seeing some pictures Big Grin
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#3
they look good,looks like they would cut like hell. I made just one shot with a flashlight at 25 yrds at the deer target, it shot well, right on the money
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(09-05-2013, 08:16 PM)yancey tucker Wrote: they look good,looks like they would cut like hell. I made just one shot with a flashlight at 25 yrds at the deer target, it shot well, right on the money
You know...nah ain't gonna touch it..rolling they oughta shoot like a truck though.

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#5
well if they don't shoot good I can always go buy some slick tricks
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(09-05-2013, 08:27 PM)yancey tucker Wrote: well if they don't shoot good I can always go buy some slick tricks
Like many broadheads. Its a matter if something quirks with you. Ramcat has a huge following of devoted shooters. Theres not a broad head made that doesn't get a bad review from somewhere. If it works for you run that sucker and to hell with testimonials.

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i thought about them last year but never pulled the trigger on buying a set and this spring when i got jr's new bow A/C's friends out at the huntin shak were giving them rave reviews and spoke real highley of them so i figured i would try em and last night i just broke down and bought em. im gonna shoot more with em tonight when i get home,i'll be ready for tomorow morning for sure
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Heck yeah..I've been curious myself. Let us know how goes

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#9
update on these heads. we had two chances Saturday, my son missed one early in the morning and I missed one late that afternoon so I have nothing to report on killing deer but, these tings aren't worth a dam if ya miss. both heads need all the blades replaced before they can be used again. I thought about re-sharpening the blades but three blades on two heads have nicks in them that a sharpening stone wont over come and four blades on 2 heads have bent ends. makes wonder how they will hold up after hitting bone. still wanna see what they do to a deer though
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#10
Well that doesn't sound too good. I have shot spitfires through deer and cleaned them up and used them again with no issues. Will be interesting to see what they do on a deer. Hope you find out before it is on a nice buck though

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