G5 Outdoors T3 Expandable Mechanical Broadheads
The results are in
I was real skeptical at first with the poor instructions and not understanding how these things work since there aren't any other heads like these. Once I started working with them (deploying and resetting the blades) it got really easy to do. I just got back tonight from skinning a buck that I took at 40yds with a hard quartering shot. The tip of the T3 hit slightly off center between two ribs. All of the blades deployed perfectly. One blade deployed directly into one of the ribs. That blade made a perfect clean cut through the rib. The entrance and exit holes were perfect...looked like I hit it with one of my old Muzzy's. Oh, it was a pass through too. Great broadhead. The T3's have gained my trust.
November 9, 2010
I've been using rage for years and bought some t3's the other day. You can instantly tell the difference in sharpness and thickness. Great broad head
October 8, 2013
Broke off at threads in insert
I shot a doe in shoulder blade and exited behind opposite shoulder. Complete pass through. I recovered my arrow and the broadhead was missing. I understand that a shoulder blade could damage any broadhead but I do not think it should break off at the threads inside the insert. I believe this happened because the threaded portion is machined flat on three side causing weakness, I wanted to try these after damaging blades on the rage. These broadheads did leave a red carpet treatment though.I May give them another shot since it did exit animal before breaking off
September 17, 2012
I shot at three deer this past season from the same tree stand, same angle and 20 yard distance with a 65 lb bow. The first deer (doe) I shot had a clean pass though and a massive entry and exit wound. The next two buck I shot at had poor penetration and both ran off with almost no blood trail. I never recovered these buck. I assume the broadheads never opened up? Considering all three shots were broadside double lung placement, they ALL should have passed through, but they didn't. Very upset; lost a buck of a lifetime. Switching to the NAP Bloodrunner.
December 25, 2011