Montec G5 Broodheads

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Reviewed by: Jacob Slonaker
Category: Archery
Recommended?: Yes

Two seasons have come and gone since deciding to try the G5’s. with only one deer harvested and one hit solid, but sadly to say not found I am still up in the air on them. the G5’s when shot fly true and always hold tight on your target. They are 100% stainless steel and are very easy to sharpen. The steel also seems to hold a sharp edge after multiple practice shots into my targets. I choose to use the 100 gram 1 1/16 diameter broodhead. With both shots on the deer well placed both arrows easily passed threw the animal due to the sharpness of the blades. The only concern I have had with the size of the hole cut in the harvested deer. It seemed to be a little tight and the blood trail on both animals was minimal even though well placed. I am going for one more season of use before my final decision on the G5’s.

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