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Saunders Bludgeon Small Game Head

   

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The Saunders® Bludgeon™ Small Game Head has a high shocking power to anchor small game. Great for stump shooting. Flies as accurately as a field point. Virtually indestructible, pliable plastic. 4 pack.

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Awesome I have not killed a thing with these tips yet, but I have confidence in their ability to do so. They fly almost identical to field points and can take a beating. To really test them, I set up a piece of 3/4" plywood. At 30 yards, they we penetrating, at 20 yards they sailed right through punching a nasty looking hole. And all with no damage to the head itself. For reference, I'm shooting a Browning Myst at around 70 lbs, and 5575 goldtips for shafts. December 21, 2010
Excellent Broadhead I wanted something to do between deer and turkey season that would keep my interest so I got these to try out on small game like tree rats and birds. The first bird I shot with them it blew him back about 3 feet and almost ripped his wing off. They fly great and they bounce back allowing you to reuse them time after time. Great on you arrows and keep up their durability plus their made in the US. Very pleased with this product. June 5, 2014
What a wack I consistanly have squirels in my back yard so I keep my bow by the door. Before I was using the Judo points but they were a pain! Always ended up in the animal, not very easy to get back out, destroyes alot of meat, and a real pain to clean. But these Bludgeon's, awesome. You release, you hear a real good loud smack, the squirel pops up and it's all over. Plus your arrow is not attached to the squirel incase one goes make it up the tree. November 22, 2007
Waste of money I shot the same rabbit THREE TIMES with this tip and it eventually got bored, and hopped off going on its merry way like nothing had happened. The arrow shaft was covered in blood and fur, but didn't put it on the ground like I would expect. Granted, I wasn't aiming for it's head. Just pounded holes in its body. I'm going try those judo points next time. January 24, 2013
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Not sure what a flu flu arrow is but, these are made of a hard plastic. Only bent one, when it slammed into a tree trunk. I shoot Carbon Express arrows.
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Very durable yet pliable plastic of some sort I would say, it holds it shape even at trees
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The Bludgeon body is made from urethane and the screw in portion is made from different materials to give us the product's weight range. As for compatibility this is a question of the needed point weight determined by the arrows length, spline and desired CG point.

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do these always kill

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I hunted Montana Blue Grouse and every one that I did hit was eaten that night.
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Every squirrel I have hit, died on impact. Excellent blunt force trauma. Not sure on larger animals with poor placement but has always worked for me.
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Aim for the head, because body shots didn't do the trick.
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depends on if you hit them in the head and the neck. if you do they are dead
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Some other customer say they do not killl everytime. However, they are great for small game.
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how accurate are they

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These fly straight as your arrows. However, I never made a shot over 23yds.
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Shoot straight every time for me.
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I drilled a crow at 35 yards behind left wing
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With the symmetric shape, the fly true. Pick a weight that matches your points you shoot. If you shoot traditional with post gap methods, then you will need to adjust a bit.

With a 55 lb bow, you can shoot at a range. Note, they can penetrate a 3D target if it is a bit beat up. They will bounce off an intact Morrell bag, but they will penetrate a beat up bag.
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very accurate, upto 40 yds with my crossbow. Hit exactly where my field points where hitting.
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They fly a little shaky but shoot fairly close to field points. Within 3" at 40 yrds
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I have the Eastman Shocker points and they stay on top of the grass well. I shoot at birds up to 200 yds a way just for fun cause i know i won't lose an arrow, but the spring arms aren't very strong and bend easily....so im looking at these points. Just wonderin how they do when they hit the ground.
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These will bury as well as skip a mile off a hard surface. Spent 20 minutes looking for 2 of my shots.
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With the Bludgeon points, they will dive into soft grass and dirt. With the wider diameter head, they don't bury as deep. They do skip a bit on hard surfaces. If they catch on some bit of material, they will flip up more like a Judo point.
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depends on how much you pull and how wet the ground is. i shoot #67 and thay dont burry unless it just rained or the grass is about 5 inches tall
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Both times i have hit the ground the just stick in and dont penetrate far into the ground at all. Both times i thought i lost the arrow. They were right where i thought the'd be. Easy arrow retrieval.
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These points do pretty well. The diameter increases from the point at which the tip screws into the shaft to the end of the tip, to actually resist any penetration that could occur. If you to shoot these in very tall grass your arrow would do one of two things, defllect down and flip over frontwards, or bounce staight up landing horizontal.
If one is shooting in a marsh or swamp, they might bury in the grass....haha. As long as the ground is reasonably dry, and you're not shooting in cutzoo you should be fine.
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