G5® Outdoors Montec Fixed-Blade Broadheads

   

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100 Grains

1-1/16"

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3 Pack

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125 Grains

1-1/8"

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3 Pack

3

85 Grains

1"

Quantity:
3 Pack
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

    Features:
  • One-piece stainless steel broadhead - no blades to replace
  • Cut-on-contact design
  • Diamond cut, multi-tapered blades for superior sharpness
  • Easy to resharpen blades
  • MonoFlow technology and spin testing ensure accuracy
Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 110 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very Sharp Very Tough These are the best broadheads for hog hunting. I hunt hog probably 20-25 times a year and my Montecs have never let me down. When you're huntin hog you need a good cut-on -inpact broadhead that is very sharp and tough. These are the ones... July 9, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Broadhead I've used these G5 broadheads for 7 Indiana whitetail kills so far. Shot one buck and two does with the same arrow and broadhead. Easy to resharpen and the one piece design is much more user friendly than replacing blades. They fly like a dart and give great penetration. Complete pass thru. Buy the practice heads also. April 16, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by BEST BROADHEAD EVER I have harvested many deer with these broadheads, always leaves a great bloodtrail. WAAAYYY BETTER than mechanical broadheads. The broadheads can be easily resharpened as well. Always flies straight Goes thru shoulders with no problem! December 14, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Can't go wrong! The G5 Montec broadheads are great! I have been shooting them for about 5 yrs now. If you have your bow tuned and your arrows are aligned, they fly like field points. With my setup they even have the same impact point as my field tips. I started using them do to the rising cost of broadheads, and I thought this was a great way to reduce my cost. The Montecs are easily resharpened and ready for another hunt. I have taken up to three animals with the same broad head. I still have it in my quiver. I will never shoot another broadhead. September 10, 2012
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how many are in a pack

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3 in a pack.
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3 to a pack no replaceable blades to come loose, 1 solid head
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3 per pack
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This is a 3 Pack. Thanks
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They will fly and perform good from a crossbow but Montec aldo has these same broadheads, designed for crossbow. They are a little more "beefed up" in the middle to be able to take bigger schock.
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Yes. No Issues
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yes. they work great out of my Horton 175lb.
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They hold up to my Stryker 350
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no the montecs wont hold up on the barnett quad 400 crossbow
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There are targets speciffically designed for broadheads and you can safely shoot these. I own l Reinhart 3D buck target and l shoot it all the time. No problem.
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I shoot them ( practice heads ) into my delta elite boar target and it does very well it gives you a realistic impact on an animal and the black background allows you see the arrow impact from 40 plus yards out easily
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Absolutely but don't shoot more then one at a time because they fly so good you'll cut you fletchings.
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I shoot mine into a BLOCK:Black Hole target and they do just fine
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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.
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it will dull the blade. and make sure its a broadhead target.
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Yes if it is a foam target but no if its a bag target they will get stuck in a bag target and you can shoot foam targets but they will cut your target up if you keep shooting them
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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.
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 - Kennewick, WA
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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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