G5 Outdoors Striker Fixed-Blade Broadheads
Ive used muzzy's for as long as i can remember trully bowhunting. by that i mean atleast three times a week. average 4 or 5. Muzzy's are great, no doubt. but these so far have topped them. I shot a nice turkey about 25 yards. complete pass through straight into a fence post. with muzzy's might as well kiss the blades good by. after tugging and prying for a while i recovered the still sharp vary much in tact striker. they werent bent or chipped. second story then I'll stop, made a bad shot on a deer. typically not much blood or clots quick. no way, couldnt have asked for a better trail to fallow. after being a die hard muzzy fan i have switched and wont look back. My est speed for hunting setup is about 280-290.(light arrows.) and not once have the arrow planed or not flown true. worth the money!
November 27, 2007
Striker is great
Took Yukon Mountain Caribou at 70 yards. Pulling 60 pounds. Complete pass through after hitting square on rib on entrance. Found arrow laying on bush on far side of where animal was standing at shot. I was amazed.
6'9" BC Black Bear. Complete pass through - through rib cage. Same bow. Found arrow sticking in log on the other side. Range 24 yards. Must have hit a rib since one blade edge was dinged up. No post mortem, skinned, quartered bear from outside.
Pretty impressive stuff.
May 11, 2009
My setup (Bowtech Bobcat 70#, stock rest, peep & kisser) would not let me shoot these with the 2" blazer vanes but as soon as I got 4" vanes they shoot very tight groups and fly just like my field points. With the 2" blazer vanes they had a 6-8 inch drop from the field tips.
Have not hunted with them yet but, they are amazingly sharp out of the box compared to other brands. I have already had to reflech arrows because of slicing vanes (@ 30 yds).
September 8, 2009
I purchased these broadheads after talking with a G5 rep at the store. I was on the fence as to which broadhead to purchase and luckily he talked me into these. I shot them for the first time this past weekend and they were dead on at 20,30 and 40 yards. What else can you ask for? They are made of steel, have replaceable blades and fly like a field point. All I have to do now is try them out on the local deer and turkey and get their opinions!!
September 8, 2009