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    Broadhead for Cape York.

    Trying to decide between Broadheads for hunting boars in the Cape. What heads are guys taking up there this year?

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    Mate, I've been running the 2 blade vpa's and ozcuts for years they are quite unstoppable. Just giving the 3 bladers (ozcuts) a run at the minute in 125 and they seem like they will pretty much smash through whatever gets in there way.
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    Im taking a heap of the Kayuga heads up there, as well as all the other left overs I have in my kit. See ya there

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    Single bevel outback supremes for me and I've got some pilot cut single bevel heads to give a go as well. I probably get more caught up with trying to get an arrow that hits the 500 grain or heavier kind of mark. Nothing worse than seeing a light arrow fail to penetrate.
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    Broadhead for Cape York.

    Sharp ones- I prefer 150gr - with 75 gr inserts - so about 225gr up front - ill also be running single bevel - about 600gr all up out of my FT


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    Broadhead for Cape York.

    Thanks fellas, I have been using 4 blade Slick tricks the last couple of years. They are great on deer and smaller pigs but not sure how they will go on bigger boars. Leaning towards a 2 blade head. Shooting lighter poundage bow 60lb at 28.5 inches. So was thinking about old school kayuga or outback stealth.

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    Broadhead for Cape York.

    The Van diemens Broadheads look good too, anyone have an opinion on those?

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    I use 170 northern bull dozer, cape boars are usually not that big in body size but sticking to a two blade head is the way to go
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    Quote Originally Posted by Beleg View Post
    The Van diemens Broadheads look good too, anyone have an opinion on those?

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    I like the van deimans there a tough little head, get them really sharp with a fine diamond stone then some cutting compound.
    Im using the 150s out of my recurve and they haven't let me down yet when I put them in the right spot.
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    Broadhead for Cape York.

    I'll be using the 150gr VDs - that'll hopefully infect a pig or two 👍🐗🐗


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