G5 Outdoors Striker Fixed-Blade Broadheads
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G5® Outdoors Striker™ Fixed-Blade Broadheads are as accurate and durable as any fixed-blade broadhead, but with easily replaceable blades. The unique ANIX™ Locking System provides a full 45° of locking power to every blade, keeping them intact even on severe impacts. Cut-on-contact design features .030'' ultra-sharp steel blades. 100% spin tested. 1-1/8'' cutting diameter. 3 pack.
- Replaceable blade design
- ANIX locking system keeps blades in place even during severe impact
- Cut-on-contact design
- 100% spin tested
- 1-1/8'' cutting diameter
G5® Outdoors Striker™ Fixed-Blade Broadheads
I'm one of those guys who loves simplicity and durability in his archery equipment and these heads satisfy those needs. I've shot them all the way out to 50 yards with no accuracy problems and blasted one through both shoulders of an unsuspecting doe last fall. The head was still solid after the impact and burying 6 inches in the ground. I didn't trust the straightness of the blades after an impact like that, so I threw in some replacement blades and it was back in the quiver the next day. You may not get the massive cutting diameter you'll get with an expandable, but you also don't have to worry about these heads failing you in the clutch. They're tough, accurate, and blast through bone. What else could you want?
June 20, 2011
I used these broadheads this past year and shot 2 deer with them. The farest one made it was about 75 yards. These broadheads are super sharp and do the job. I recommend these and think they are the best fixed broadhead on the market.
January 19, 2011
Great Blood Trails
Just started using Strikers this year. They are well made, fly like field points, and leave incredible blood trails. I've taken an antelope and a whitetail with them this year. With both animals, great blood trails and dead within 40 yards of where they were shot. Highly recommend.
December 31, 2010
I shot the 125 grain head, they shoot just like a field point, dead on as far as accuracy. But i shot a doe at 36 yards with a complete pass through and there was very little blood, the shot was perfect to. The blades bent and dinged really bad i will be switching heads at the end of the season. They are not worth the money at all.
October 25, 2010
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