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3 Blade

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150 Grain
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Excalibur Boltcutter Fixed-Blade Broadheads are the most accurate high-speed crossbow hunting head ever, even at long range. Made entirely from stainless steel to handle the hardest hit. 150 grain. Cutting diameter: 1-1/16". 3 pack.
Manufacturer model #: 6670.

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good stuff Took a doe @ 15 yards went through shoulderblade,both lungs and dropped her in her tracks .In 15 seconds it was all over! October 9, 2010
good broadhead broadhead is very sharp and flys well. Only used for target practice so far can't wait to take them out in the field and see what they can really do. Using them in a crossbow and they work very well so far. July 13, 2010
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I bought a new IBEX last fall. This was sighted in and was dead on with 100 grain field tip at 20 yds{ bullseye within a 1/2 inch at 20 yds}. I shot at two deer one went over the back and the other was a kill but the shot was to high. How do these shoot. I know if I use these I must re-sight with a 150 grain field tip.

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I have a Vortex and it came with 150 grain field tips and the 150 grain bolt cutter broadheads. My broad heads shoot abot 1.5 inches higher than the field tips. I would use a heavier broadhead because it stabilizes the arrow quicker with the weight forward. The other option would be to use brass inserts in the tips instead of the aliminum ones. The aluminum inserts weigh about 30 grains and the brass ones weigh 110 grains. This will give you more weight forward with your existing broadheads.
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I had the same problem, I switched to Montec G5. The Excaliburs seem to wander around, the G5 shoots like a laser beam every time. I don't know why. I use 100 grain in my bows.
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you need to increase your FOC...either use a heavier insert or broadhead...100g broadheads tend to steer a bolt causing irratic shots...i have an excalibur...i shoot the 150g bolt cutter broadhead...less than a 4 inch group @ 50 yards,,can't beat it..plus all stainless steel..best crossbow broadhead on the market for accuracy
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