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Kyle

Anyone try the T3 mechanical?

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Kyle

If you've tried this broadhead, I'd like to know what you thought. I've been toying with the idea of trying them.

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huntnfish

I've used them the last two years and have taken two deer with them. Both shots were behind the shoulder and they open a big hole leading to a short and easy to follow blood trail. So far I have been impressed and plan to use them again this year.

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Kyle

How durable are they? I love the rage 3 blade, but it pretty much needs new blades after going through a deer in my experience.

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sportfish

I have said this before on this an other forums , They are weak junk ! Don't hit more then a rib bone ! 2 broke off at the threads for me ! I think there is much better heads out there

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Archerysniper

I have said this before on this an other forums , They are weak junk ! Don't hit more then a rib bone ! 2 broke off at the threads for me ! I think there is much better heads out there

Which one the T3 or Rage?

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sportfish

I was talking about the T3 heads you asked about ! I have had great luck with the Swacker heads ! But would not buy the T3 heads if they were 3 for a dollar

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Archerysniper

Thank's I haven't shot the T3's so I have no opinion. Now the 3 blade rage has performed flawlessly or me,I just took a antelope in Montana with them and all I can say is WOW.

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PackerBacker12

I just bought them this year. Hopefully let you know how they work this weekend? Anyone shoot the practice blade thing they give you with them for shooting at a targeT? how do they work and is it easy to put the blades back on when done?

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huntnfish

Blade replacement is simple. Just unscrew them and take the little blade holding collar thing off and the blades slide out the back.

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mnguy152

I have shot deer with them and worked great plus quick and easy to put in new blades

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Summett

I've shot 2 deer with the T3's and they worked great for me. Great deployment and very good blood trail. Neither deer ran more than 50 yards.

But, to be fair, I don't have a lot of experience with other mechanicals for comparison.

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Wensel

Is that head (T3) not barbered?

I recall it was, not sure.

Maybe someone knows, I recall barbed heads a no-no in MN??

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Archerysniper

The original T3 Tekkens were considered barbed and illegal,since then they have changed the design.

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Wensel

What?

G5 makes the T3 and the Tekan

I have shot the Tekan and am sure its not barbed.

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Laska

T3's are the only thing Ill shoot. Dependable, have deployed eveytime for me and even in extreme quartering away shots. 4 deer for me with 4 deployments and nice blood trails... heads are tough imo. I run mine with Victory Vap V1's 300 series. Stainless Steel weight forward inserts.

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Wensel

Sorry for the thread drift but no one has proved these barbless in MHO

From MN Regs:

2)are of a barbless design and function in a barbless manner

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Kyle

Why would you think they are barbed?

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tracker x-2

I was in the same situation about these heads last year.....

I recall reading they have to be able to move back to a closed position with out locking open and also they need to have a 90 degrees angle when deployed or less?

and emailing the DNR came up with the typical please refer to page 63 in the hunting regs book.

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Swiftswamper

I am satisfied with one kill per broad head. The rages cost around 15 dollars a piece and I only shoot 1 to 2 deer a year. I don't mess with replacing blades, not worth the risk of losing a dear because I messed up replacing blades

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Kyle

There's no way to mess up the blade replacement. It only works one way.

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