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Shwacker 100gr 2'

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Anyone use these and what is your opinion compared to other BH?
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love them!
I've been using them for a couple years now and they definitely live up to thier claims! I have found they fly just as straight or better than your average muzzy or rage bh. They have unbelievable penetration and deer rarely go further than fourty yards when hit in the sweet spot.
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RAGE
I like to experiment so I have killed deer with both. Both good broadheads I think If your bow is shooting with plenty of kinetic energy it wont matter much..
I shoot the rage because I like having the blade leading its way over the chissled point.
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Love mine
Started using them this year after much comparison. I chose them over the Rage because of their simplicity. Two deer down, one through both shoulder bones, neither went more than 50 yards. Excellent blood trails. I am hooked. I will say though, we have one member in the club who shoots Rage, And it looked like he killed his deer with a rifle. That head is wicked sick...
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Team Rage
The biggest thing with the Rage is that it flies just like a target tip and it cuts the same size hole on the entry side as the exit side with a whole lot of Damage in-between. For me the Rage is 8 for 8 in the last 3 years with no deer going more than 50 yards. I saw the 2 deer Gotcha killed this year with the Swhaker and it to does an awsome job as well.
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Team Swhacker
I started with rage and one tore up when i shot a deer in the ribs. So I switched to swhacker and have shot 2 deer with 2 different swhackers both had great blood trails. Also they fly great cause the 2nd deer I shot was at 60 yrds. Both Swhackers went through ribs and were perfectly fine unlike the rage. I love the SHACKER.
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Shwacker
Shwackers are an awesome broadhead especially for guys with lots of kinetic energy. Complaint is if you don't get exit hole the entrance hole is not adequate for a good blood trail. The deer will die but blood trail may not be there. I used Rage Titanium this year and cut 3/16' off each blade and had pass thrus on everything including a 235 lb 15 point at 42 yards. Distance ran for all 5 deer totaled 110 yards, just sheer devastation. All 5 deer were shot with same broadhead, 2 blades replaced. Shortening the blade 3/16' with cutting pliers makes the blades stiffer and reduces bending or breakage, cutting width is 1.75'. A Rada knife sharpener will sharpen Rage or any broadhead blades or knife so sharp in 3 or 4 passes its scary. The Rage titanium are ridiculous expensive but five deer on one head so far, worth every penny. Titaniums are much smaller in profile yet much stronger so alot less chance of head breaking off at ferrule like aluminum rage does sometimes. I shot the big 15 point in rain and glad I had it, he only went ten yards.
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