G5® Outdoors Small Game Fixed-Blade Broadhead
No longer will the small game hunter have to take a back seat to his big game counterpart! The Small Game Head is made specifically with "critters" in mind and works like a charm. Unique design shocks and tears your quarry without annihilating it. Easy screw-in application. Cutting surfaces can be easily re-sharpened.
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 24 reviewers.
Rated 3 out of 5 by Hoytman77 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by ChiroClintAR Diller Killer I purchased this head last year and have shot at least 20 armadillos with the same one. It really works well. Most were complete passthrus with very little damage to the flitching of the arrow. I am not sure how well it performs on other small game. August 7, 2008
Rated 4 out of 5 by FLarry Devastating Kills squirrels easily. Only problem is that they destroy most of the animal. They also do not go too far into the ground. June 8, 2008
Rated 2 out of 5 by chrisM squirrels and rabbits only If you keep the game you are shooting to the smaller grays squirrels and rabbits you will like them. On the other hand,you will have disappointed results on ferril cats and skunks. I had one bounce off a cat and a skunk run off with my arrow after it just penetrated below the skin. I would like to see G5 put little more of a small point to the blunt portion of the broadhead to be more effective. P.S. I shoot a 70LB compound just at 300FPS. March 30, 2008
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A:it all depends on the bow and the sights i have good groups with bear bows
A:That's totally up to the skill of the archer, but they fly just like field tips. I'm keeping my groups at about 4 inches from 30 yards. I used them to hit a squirrel from 26 yards out, and squirrels are small... These things fly awesome.
A:i have shot a few squirrles with these, some at 25 yards they shoot the same as my field points. i have never actually shot these at a target but i think you could shoot a 3 inch gruop at 20 yards
A:They appear to. I shoot 80 gr heads but had to use the 100 gr G5 sm game pt. As expected they hit a little low for me but the windage is still true.
A:good these work very well it also depends the LBS. you shoot
A:These broadheads work great on groundhogs. I shot about 8 with them.
A:My youngest daughter uses a 25# Parker SideKick and the G5 Small Game Head to thump bunnies and squirrels and gophers. They fly several feet down range (depending upon size and weight) and they don't get up.
On larger game that is a bit more stout (armadillo possum, etc.) we'll fletch w/ 4" right wing feathers in right helical and they tear a 1" diameter hole several inches deep through anything.
They are as insidious as they look.
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