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Arrowdynamic Solutions Guillotine Fixed-Blade Broadheads are designed for head and neck shots with four fixed blades sporting lethal cutting widths. Saves meat. Features .035" stainless steel blades. Work great with Guillotine carbon arrows. Check local game laws before using this broadhead in your area. 100 grain with 2-1/2" x 2-1/2" cut. 125 grain with 4" x 4" cut. 3 pack.
Eliminates need for meat destroying chest shot
Designed for quick and lethal head or neck shot
Great broadhead for turkey
4'' x 4'' cutting diameter on the 125 grain broadhead
Arrowdynamic Solutions Guillotine Carbon Arrows sold separately and can be found through item search for number 1346297
This is a great head
Don't be swayed by the Bullhead people here hating on the first ever dedicated turkey broadhead. They are only trying to drum up support for their contraption.
This head has enjoyed great success, Double Bull owner Keith Beam has taken several birds on film with this broadhead including some complete decapitations. In one film he screams "smokin' Joe Fraizer!"
Let the chips fall where they may, but this is the best turkey broadhead on the market. Accept no imitations.
July 27, 2008
These things are horrible!
First, as has been mentioned, they're finicky to put together.
Second, they don't fly for squat. I put mine on some 31" Terminator Lites with Blazers, not the special arrows with the 5" monster vanes that are available. Nevertheless, I expected them to land within a foot of where I was aiming at 20 yards. No such luck.
Third, they're very, very fragile. I shot two of them, twice each, at a shot-to-death foam target I have. The first two shots were OK, except for the problem mentioned above. On the second shots, one blade came completely out of one head, and two blades broke off of another.
A great concept, but very poor execution.
March 29, 2008
NOT A GOOD BROADHEAD
THE GOBBLER GUILLOTINE WAS A EXTREMELY HARD HEAD TO ASSEMBLE, YOU HAVE TO USE STRAWS JUST TO GET THEM TO FLY. DONT MAKE THE SAME MISTAKE I MADE BY A BULLHEAD TURKEY HEAD BY MAGNUS, NO STRAWS AND THEY ARE TOUGH. GOBBLER GUILLOTINE IS A ONE SHOT BROADHEAD. THUMBS DOWN BIGTIME!!!!
February 20, 2008
This products is the most ethical and lethal way of killing your bird. It will drop the turkey in their tracks and there is no need for wounding and a lengthy recovery. I was amazed how straight this head flew with the plastic shields on it. I was skeptical but it really does fly like a field point out of my PSE!!!!
July 2, 2007
the gobbler guillotine is the worst broadhead ever made and no it wont fly like field points. do yourself a favor and buy magnus bullheads, i tried both to see which one was best the bullhead was 100% better
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