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The G5® Outdoors Montec is a solid stainless steel, 3-bladed broadhead, specifically designed for hunting. Made with MonoFlow™ technology for unsurpassed accuracy, durability and penetration. Features strong multi-tapered blades, a cut-on-impact nose and easy to sharpen edges. Spin tested for accuracy. Diamond cut edges for superior sharpness. No blades to replace or parts to put together with the Montec's one-piece construction
One-piece stainless steel broadhead - no blades to replace
Diamond cut, multi-tapered blades for superior sharpness
Easy to resharpen blades
MonoFlow technology and spin testing ensure accuracy
Ethical broadheads that will drop game quickly and effectively. Leaving only short blood trials to follow, and a trophy to recover. Sharp, tough, reusable, and best of all flies has straight has a field point in a properly tuned bow.
July 12, 2006
The perfect broadhead
These broadheads are just about as perfect as a broadhead gets. Make sure you get the practice broadheads... they fly EXACTLY like the broadheads and are a lot friendlier to your layered foam targets. I'm just wondering how long it will be before I buy anymore broadheads... these things could last forever. Great, great product. I would recommend them HIGHLY to a friend... in fact, I bought a set of G5's and the practice points for a friend.
July 11, 2006
I am pleased with the Montec 100 grains performance and durablity. It flys as true as you could expect with a full size fixed blade, However G5 has to address the sharpness of the blades. I put a perfect double lung shot on a buck at 30 yards, on the ground complete pass through, with the broadheads fresh out of the box. I had blood covering the arrow and a couple drops within 20 yards of the hit, but nothing after that. luckily I was hunting a Golf course under development and he was laying on the fairway on the other side of the tall grass.
June 27, 2006
Any dense foam or layered foam target (i.e. Glen Del buck or Block) will work fine, but the more you shoot into them, the more cuts and the less arrow retention you will have in your target. Also dulls the broad head. Recommend the practice Monatecs for target shooting. They weigh and fly the same as the steel, and wont dull.
It depends on the target. These, like most all broadheads will do quite a bit of damage to a target. I've found that block targets work pretty well. Just don't expect the target to last a very long time.
They are fine to shoot into any target designed for broad heads. Check to be sure your target is recommended for broad head usage. I keep the target from last year to place behind to ensure I do not have a complete pass thru. Vary the aim points, I will use spray paint to put additional small target points on target and rotate using all sides to extend the life. I also shoot 3 field point arrows and 1 with the broad head practice blades to prolong target life. This also confirms same point of impact.
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