Vortex Pro Extreme Broadheads
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Reviewed by: Mark
Available at Cabelas.com
I would not use this broadhead for deer. They do fly like a field point but do not open as well as you would hope for an expandable. Definitely not a bone crusher of a broadhead.
If it was a clean pass through without hitting any bone then I would think this broadhead would do ok. But how often does that happen? We usually hit a little rib or something tougher than just skin and vitals. These may be decent on a turkey but I would not trust them on a whitetail.
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