Post by speedrackin on Jul 29, 2015 5:57:55 GMT -5
Has anyone tried these ? We saw these at the ATA in Indy this yr . I was a little skeptical . Well the boss ordered three the other day . Im not skeptical anymore ! They are quiet flew as straight as u can imagine . They will be the broadheads in my arrows when we get after them elk in September.
I have not shot the Helix but I have used single bevel broadheads and they will split bone easily and they will make a somewhat 'S' shaped hole in the hide. They also tend to separate the tissue better than thin blades for an increased blood trail. You will most likely love these heads. Good luck.
Post by speedrackin on Sept 15, 2015 6:20:00 GMT -5
headin to wyoming in da morning ........ the bow shop has been just crazy here in ny , as for the helix ....they r all packed and fly awsome , in fact weve sold out of them in shop . Im gettin like a kid the nite before his first deer hunt.
Post by bowhunter836 on Apr 8, 2016 18:18:54 GMT -5
Did you get a elk? If so what did you think of the helix broadhead? I have used vipertricks & german kinetics broadheads for a long time & have harvested deer,bear,elk& antelope with them! I have been shooting the helix just to try something different I am really impressed with the accuracy& penetration into new targets are comparable and they seem quieter! Im thinking of using them on my spring bear hunt
Post by speedrackin on Feb 16, 2017 7:01:55 GMT -5
penetration and they ply just like a field point i dont have to tune to the broad head ...... I drove one thru an elk shoulder it never came apart it had a slite dimple to the tip which was easily sharpened out , the same broad head is back in my quiver for another shot , they are tough