WASP

Discussion in 'Bowhunting' started by renji2476, Aug 28, 2008.

  1. renji2476

    renji2476 New Member

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    Has anyone ever tried these and what are your opinions on them? I was watching Team Fitzgerald outdoors and that was what they were shooting. I was just wondering if they were any good.
     
  2. Txbluecatman

    Txbluecatman Member

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    I have a buddy that hunts with them and he swears by them. I am a muzzy man myself so other then what I have seen him harvest with them.(4 hogs and 2 doe, Half were complete pass throughs)
     

  3. CopeMan

    CopeMan New Member

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    I havent used them yet but im going to get the wasp bullets 100 grain this year for sure. Heard excellent things on how they fly and say they do there job on game real well.
     
  4. Johny Buck

    Johny Buck New Member

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    I have used the older cam-lock style in the eighties and the boss bullets of today. They are great broad heads.
     
  5. ratkinson

    ratkinson New Member

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    WASP broadheads will do the job nicely. Myself, I use shockwaves or occasionaly bloodtrailers if I can find them (it's getting harder as they don't make them anymore) or if I shoot fix blade I use Montecs.

    Richard
     
  6. flathead willie

    flathead willie Well-Known Member

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    I was reading an article in a bow magazine once and the author said to use anything except Wasp broadheads. I had just killed my 28th deer with them. LOL As long as they are sharp, they will do the job!