G5 Outdoors Small Game Fixed-Blade Broadhead
Excellent small game broadhead!
I took these broadheads on a deer/javelina hunt during January in Arizona for jackrabbits and it was amazing. They were stopped in their tracks with power. One rabbit had a straight through and I broke off a tooth on the rocks behind it, but still got a cotton tail with it 20 min later. I would suggest this broadhead to anyone looking for some small game practise or hunting.
November 3, 2010
I have used these for about six months to control the rabbit problem in my yard and have been very impressed with the results. The SGH drops rabbits on the spot; which is important when shooting right outside the window of my 2 year-old daughter. They offer a quick and humane kill and little to no tracking is necessary. The farthest I've had a rabbit run is about 20 feet.
October 11, 2006
Can't judge a book by its cover.
This is a really nice small game broadhead. I've taken my first rabbit by bow with this broadhead and it did a great job. I was able to recover the arrow and the rabbit quickly. The reason I give it an average rating is two things:
1) Price - you can get other models of Judo points for a cheaper price with the same result. Any small game animal hit with a blunt object from something traveling 280 FPS is going to expire quicky.
2) When I shot a squirrel one morning when the tempature was below freeezing, one of the "claws" broke off when it hit the cold dirt. Never had this issue with other judo points.
It 's fancy, looks awesome and gets the job done, but price and durabilty are a question for me.
August 28, 2008
Great small game head!
Before purchasing these points I tried some of the small game heads where the blunt tip is surrounded my spring wire arms, simply because they were cheaper. I quickly found that the springs blew off on impact with anything anywhere close to solid. These tips have bounced off trees and rocky soil and still are in perfect working condition. They also tear an impressive hole through squirrels, often sending the entire arrow clean through them or pinning them to the ground. In addition they are easy to find in the event that you miss, they hardly stick into the soil in contrast with what they do to an animal.
September 28, 2014