G5 Outdoors Montec CS Fixed-Blade Broadheads
WILL GO THROUGH A SHOULDER
everyone else should quit selling and making broadheads G5 has the market (or at least they should) shot one into a poured concrete block from 25 yards and it stuck had minimal damage to the tip. took the same broadhead shot again true as the first shot, even paper tuned my bow with it. shot five other fixed blade broadheads at the same block and every one of them crumbled. this was expensive but worth it. if the montec can take a concrete block IT WILL GO THROUGH A SHOULDER preseason worked great for tuning also
June 30, 2010
Rusty When Wet
I bought these broadheads approximately six months ago and was excited because of the advertised sharpness. On my second hunt, it lightly rained. I went to the woods this morning and all three of these broadheads were completely rusted and dull. Luckily, I had one Montec from last season and was able to use it. When I got home, I called G5 to inform them and inquire about restoring them for future use. The service technician stated it was a known problem and recommended I use the Montec and not the Montec CS. She stated the guys at G5 use the CS because of the sharpness, but know they are not very durabile. Unbelievable to say the least. I now have went through a bottle of CLR to remove the rust and will have to buy a broadhead sharpener tomorrow to hopefully restore these $40 broadheads for use.
September 20, 2010
dont let them get wet
I hunted opening day in missouri just last week and i took the new monatec cs out of the box that mourning and put them on my arrows. By the time i made an afternoon hunt the edges were completely rusted and jagged. This was in a matter of less than 12 hours. The first 2 days it rained the whole time and my brand new broadheads look like they are 10 years old.
September 25, 2009
these fixed- blade broad heads are amazing! i've already killed three deer with them and two were complete pass-throughs and were still surprisingly sharp enough to shoot them again without re-sharpening, except for a few little dinks in the blades that come out pretty easily.
i don't care for mechanical broad heads because i'm always afraid that the little rings they use will break orsomething and will ruin the hunt, so i use fix blades and never have to worry!
May 10, 2010