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It took some tuning (nock point moved and rest move slightly) but these things shoot consistent. The tear to the left was me. Once tuned these things are pretty accurate.

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Those suckers look like they will wear out a target quick, fast, and in a hurry.
Very correct! You want to get these dialed in fast as you can.

I went out later in the day and shot 3 more times and I got to say I feel real good about dishragging one at 25 yards.
 

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I plan to use the 125 grain bullheads this spring season with my longbow. Haven't test driven them yet, but they are a wicked looking head.
 

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There is a video on youtube of turkey hunters using these.. its shot in slow motion so it looks pretty cool haha the head just hovers above the birds body for a minute then falls
 

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Think i'm about to have to buy some of those. They would make for some awesome video! I just need to find a cheap target to shoot at. I'm not shooting those into my block!!
 

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Hust, if you buy some and want to practice you can try what another person has done, and that is to hang a pillow from a line so that will move with the head when it hits. When you use that method with the pillow it won't present the problems you can have with a stationary target. Practicing with a solid target can cause a slight bend in the blade, loosen the blades, and throw off the balance to the head. The pillow method should still give you an idea as to where the heads are hitting in relation to where you are aiming. Since I shot a lonbow my aim will be different from someone shooting a compound. Try and let us know how well it worked.
 

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Hust, if you buy some and want to practice you can try what another person has done, and that is to hang a pillow from a line so that it will move with the head when it hits. When you use that method it won't present the problems you can have with a stationary target. Practicing with a solid target can cause a slight bend in the blades, loosen the blades, and possibly throw off the balance of the head. The pillow method should give you an idea as to where the heads are hitting in relation to where you are aiming. Since I shot a longbow my aim will be different from someone shooting a compound. Try them and let us know how well they worked.
 
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