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    Broadhead history......

    Oiling some broadheads from my collection and thought I'd share. No tracking required if you put one of these in the boiler room. Carbon arrows need not apply. :-)

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    Those are pretty cool looking. Thanks for sharing
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    What do they weigh? They look awful heavy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maxhunter View Post
    What do they weigh? They look awful heavy.
    The largest one is 848.78 grains.

 

 

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