G5 Tekan II's

Demoderby4
 
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G5 Tekan II's

Postby Demoderby4 » Wed Oct 29, 2008 8:05 am

Anybody else use these broad heads? I bought some for this season, shot once but i missed :/ do you guys like these? What are some advantages/disadvantages you guys have encountered? Hopefully i get to see what they can do sometime soon!

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mag30079
 
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RE: G5 Tekan II's

Postby mag30079 » Fri Oct 31, 2008 6:23 am

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I really like these, I bought the 1 5/16 a few years ago. I just bought the 1 1/2 replacement blades. All I can say is wow, now thats a hole. There a bit of a pain to pull out of my target, and the O-rings have to be replaced here and there. Over all they fly great for me. I shoot CX maxima hunters with 100 grain tekkan II's.
 
I'm going down to Hillsdale tonight. I hope I can post a pic using these.

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RE: G5 Tekan II's

Postby fasteddie » Mon Dec 01, 2008 2:42 pm

I was shooting them . They fly great and do a job on deer ....... Then i found out they are illegal to use in New York state because they are considered a "barbed" broadhead . They sell them with a notice that they are Illegal to hunt with .........
Semper Fi !

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RE: G5 Tekan II's

Postby deerman69 » Mon Apr 20, 2009 5:27 am

I've been useing them for over 4yrs. now and I've not been disapointed in them. They fly great, leave a big exit hole and the ease in which to replace the blades is great. There are no set screws to mess with. I've killed over 10 deer with them and I've never had a broken blade with them. Good luck deerman69 [:)]

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RE: G5 Tekan II's

Postby spottedskunk » Wed Aug 05, 2009 1:38 pm

ORIGINAL: deerman69

I've been useing them for over 4yrs. now and I've not been disapointed in them. They fly great, leave a big exit hole and the ease in which to replace the blades is great. There are no set screws to mess with. I've killed over 10 deer with them and I've never had a broken blade with them. Good luck deerman69 [:)]



I personally really like these broadheads, shot a big doe one year with them. She didn't go far but didn't leave a big blood trail as I thought it would. It did the job though and cannot complain. I shot her through her ribcage and it came out through the front leg. She went 45 yrds.

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RE: G5 Tekan II's

Postby hoytman » Sat Aug 22, 2009 4:33 am

I have been skeptical about these broadheads a guy at gander mountain talked to me about them and said they work awsome. for years i shot spitfires with no problems i guess i want something that will expand faster and not until it gets inside just need some more feed back on these tips[:)]

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RE: G5 Tekan II's

Postby PrairieShadow » Tue Sep 01, 2009 11:25 am

Why would you want your broadhead to not open up until it was inside? I want mine to be open before it enters.
Hunting isn't a matter of Life or Death
Its MUCH more important than that!

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RE: G5 Tekan II's

Postby hoytman » Thu Sep 03, 2009 3:17 pm

thats not what i am saying spifires the way they are designed are not fully opened until they are inside the deer. g5 open on impact rear deployment thats what im saying

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RE: G5 Tekan II's

Postby PrairieShadow » Sat Sep 05, 2009 12:19 pm

Sorry misunderstood...
Hunting isn't a matter of Life or Death
Its MUCH more important than that!


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