G5 Outdoors T3 Expandable Mechanical Broadheads
I seen the commercials on tv for this head. so i figured it wouldnt hurt to try it. i went and got some and our season started this weekend in GA.i took them and have shot 2 nice size does with em.the 1st was at about 25 yards broadside. complete pass through. easy blood trail. although the 2nd was 43 yard on my rangefinder quartering away.complete pass through. blood trail exellent. great entry and exit holes. but if your wondering i shoot a hoyt maxxis 35 at 27 inches and 62 pounds with easton axis nano 400 arrows.but i say its the best ive ever used. ive used g5 for 3 years now and not planning on stopping soon. Also flys just like FIELD TIPS with GREAT ACCURACY
September 15, 2010
A deadly and quiet expandable
I've shot just about every expandable in the last seven years and this T3 is the best for the following reasons; quiet flight, durability, accurracy, and great penetration. I shot a doe at 50yds and my best buck ever at 25yds, both dear showed full entrance and exit channels. The quiet flight allows for long distance kills. The spider clip design creates dependable blade position for superior accuracy and you don't have to worry able knocking the blades out of position. You don't have to baby the expandable like a Rage. It is pertinent to make sure the spider clips are not to tight or loose for proper deployment.
October 31, 2010
One of the best
I have been using G5 T3's for four years now. I thought I would try the Rage Hypodermics this year just for fun, and I made a terrible decision. They wouldn't even penetrate through a rib at 20 yards. After that I immediately switched back to my T3's. I arrowed a nice buck shortly after switching and made a massive hole. The buck went no more than 75 yards. These fly just like a field tip. I even bought another pack. I could not be happier with this broadhead! I will never go to Rage's again!
November 10, 2014
very true flying broadhead
a lot of broadheads claim to fly and hit the same as your field point and i have tried most of them . i can say these are the truest flying broadheads i have ever shot .
i did reset the the tension by pushing down on the back of the blades only because i though they seemed to opened a little hard , use the edge of an object , (don't use your finger i have the massive cut to show you why) ,this can be a little tricky and you may push to far just use your finger nail to lift up on the clip if this happens
none of the deer i have shot so far have gone more then 50 yards
February 3, 2014