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1.) Swamp Fox - 07/15/2013
Have to give kudos in the [I]Looks Cool Department[/I] to this broadhead....

[url]http://www.bowhunter.com/introducing-the-flying-arrow-toxic-broadhead.html[/url]


Also, please read the comments to get a sense of what a real hunting forum should feel like...None of these quiet moments huddled around the screen humming Kumbayah while waiting for something to happen, like we have here....LOL

Feel free to add to this thread in any helpful way you can...:wink


:-)
2.) luv2bowhunt - 07/15/2013
OK, found my favorite comment from the list. Notice how he meticulously backs up his claims with sound logic and proven facts.

Irrefutable argument.


[COLOR="#FF0000"]james
mechanical broadheads are for irresponsible hunters. im glad in the great state of oregon we dont allow that kind of crap. too many sad stories and rotten meat spoiling in the sun from unfound animals.[/COLOR]


I wish I had a dollar, for every animal that was ever wounded and never recovered, shot with a fixed broadhead. I'd be able to buy that new bow for sure, with quite a bit left over.
3.) DParker - 07/15/2013
Do you think it's just a coincidence that it's designed to look, in cross-section, like a biohazard placard?



[QUOTE=luv2bowhunt;8026]OK, found my favorite comment from the list. Notice how he meticulously backs up his claims with sound logic and proven facts.

Irrefutable argument.


[COLOR="#FF0000"]james
mechanical broadheads are for irresponsible hunters. im glad in the great state of oregon we dont allow that kind of crap. too many sad stories and rotten meat spoiling in the sun from unfound animals.[/COLOR]


I wish I had a dollar, for every animal that was ever wounded and never recovered, shot with a fixed broadhead. I'd be able to buy that new bow for sure, with quite a bit left over.[/QUOTE]

Allow me to offer an equally eloquent counter to his argument:

"Nuh-uh! 'Cuz you're a big, dumb poopy-head!"

Refuted....and pwned.
4.) bluecat - 07/15/2013
[QUOTE=DParker;8029]Allow me to offer an equally eloquent counter to his argument:

"Nuh-uh! 'Cuz you're a big, dumb poopy-head!"

Refuted....and pwned.[/QUOTE]

5.) bluecat - 07/15/2013
[QUOTE=luv2bowhunt;8026]

I wish I had a dollar, for every animal that was ever wounded and never recovered, shot with a fixed broadhead. I'd be able to buy that new bow for sure, with quite a bit left over.[/QUOTE]

So you're saying you would have money for a new bowsling. Excellent.
6.) DParker - 07/15/2013
Seriously though, I'm not sure that I see any real benefit to be had from...

[INDENT]"offers greater cutting surface"[/INDENT]

Granted, this is just a gut reaction (though if you've ever seen my gut you know that its reactions are substantial and not to be taken lightly) without any research or much contemplation behind it, but I doubt that the extra blade length is going to result in much useful extra damage given that the blades are curved around such that the extra cutting occurs so close to the center of impact. I further question whether whatever extra damage that might be inflicted by such a configuration is worth the extra aerodynamic drag it adds, not to mention additional resistance during pass-through.
7.) Swamp Fox - 07/15/2013
How do you pronounce "pwned"?

This is classic:



jack > james 5 months ago







you sir should give up the sport of bow hunting! Obvioulsy mechanical broadheads work well or they wouldnt be on the market. thank you and have a great day!


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Matt > jack 5 months ago







ya cuz everything on the market works well. (dumbass). who are to tell anyone to give up anything. that guy just gave his opinion about it and you felt the need to jump on it and tell him to give up bow hunting. nobody should give up bow hunting. everyone should know the joy and pain of archery. you should take a look in the mirror and remind your self of your civility and find some class.


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Brad > Matt 5 months ago







So here you are callin people dumbass and stuff. that aint very nice of you. I dont agree with what he said but you talk about having class and call him a dumbass on here. Maybe you should take a look in the mirror???


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Brad > Brad 5 months ago







And why dont you get at james? He started this anyway. All that was said was someone likes rage broadheads. He said they were crap! If he didnt like em then he should just scroll down or push the dislike button. So dont tell one person to have some class but not the other for their actions. I think all three of yall need to grow up and start acting like little kids.


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tazm > Brad 5 months ago −







crybaby sissies, get a damn life all of you.




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LMAO.....We can only hope.... :pop:
8.) DParker - 07/15/2013
Yeah, I guess my refutation would have been a little too high-brow for that environment.

[QUOTE=Swamp Fox;8036]How do you pronounce "pwned"?[/QUOTE]

"pōnd"
9.) DParker - 07/15/2013
[QUOTE=luv2bowhunt;8026]I wish I had a dollar, for every animal that was ever wounded and never recovered, shot with a fixed broadhead.[/QUOTE]

Or a 300 Win Mag, for that matter.
10.) Swamp Fox - 07/15/2013
Okay, that was gonna be my guess...Either that or "pee-owned.'"

What fourteen year-old came up with pwned and what were they smoking?
11.) DParker - 07/15/2013
[QUOTE=Swamp Fox;8040]Okay, that was gonna be my guess...Either that or "pee-owned.'"

What fourteen year-old came up with pwned and what were they smoking?[/QUOTE]

[URL="http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=pwned"]http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=pwned[/URL]

I don't know for a fact if that's accurate or not, but it's on the internet so.....[I]bonjour[/I].
12.) bluecat - 07/15/2013
The good news is the broadhead should be very easy to sharpen. And when you give up trying, it doubles as a wire wisk when you want a little whipped creme on top.
13.) Swamp Fox - 07/15/2013
LOL...


That guy's my hero, you know...

:-)