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Excalibur X-ACT Mechanical Broadheads

   

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3 Blade

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3 PK

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100 Grain
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Excalibur X-ACT mechanical blades open to cut upon impact. Explosive velocity with superior accuracy. ''Clip Loc'' blade control uses no O-rings or bands. 100 grain. Cutting diameter: 1-7/16". 3 pack.
Manufacturer model #: 6672.

Excalibur X-ACT Mechanical Broadheads 4.6 5 9 9
Best Broadhead Drives nails, I haven't used it on a deer yet, but for target shooting, these broadheads group better than my field points on my Equinox. At 45 yards, I am holding a 1.5 inch group with 3 shots. Pulls out easily from my Rinehart target and no broken blades or damage after 10 shots. Great product. September 28, 2012
performs well These arrows are great they fly just like a field tip and make huge holes in animals. I havent shot a deer with these yet but I shot a opposum at 9 yards and the whole was around four inches wide. The arrow flew out the other side so fast it seemed like it didn't hit anything. Great Product December 3, 2009
best broadhead I have killed 10 deer with this broadhead using an Excalibur Ecomax crossbow (350fps). The broadhead shoots the same as a field tip from 20 to 50 yards. I recommend this very highly. March 8, 2009
Deadly Best mechanical broadhead because they do not use band to hold blades and yet they still will not prematurely open even when shot through my 350fps crossbow. April 24, 2013
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do you get practice blades?

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My bow came with the 150 grain fixed blades and the scope is set perfectly to match the 150 grain blades. will the 100 grain expandables fly the same or will they shoot faster?
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The 100 gr will shoot faster than the 150 gr. Just reset you scope.
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There are no practice blades, but there are packs of 9 blades sold seperately for about $20. I was shooting 150 grain and after switching to the 100 grains, I gained about 9 FPS and went from a 6" drop from 20 to 30 yds, to about a 3" drop. In my Equinox, they shot faster, held better groups, and performed great. Using a Rinehart brute target, I have put over 12 shots with one broadhead and have no damage to the blades whatsoever.
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I was shooting 150 grain fix blades with my Excalibur's equinox and could hit a quarter at 50 yards.I switched 100 grain expendables.Yes they shoot a little faster and from 50 yards hit one and a half inches higher on the quarter.three click down on my scope and was on the mark.
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No, you do not get practice blades. Each 5 grain reduction in arrow weight provides a speed increase of about 1 foot per second.
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NO - these were specifically designed to be used with a high speed crossbow (300-350 fps)
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