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post Jul 29 2009, 10:14 PM
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Have any of yall used them? What do yall think about them?


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post Jul 29 2009, 11:55 PM
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QUOTE(Cinch @ Jul 29 2009, 04:14 PM) *

Have any of yall used them? What do yall think about them?

Is that the same head that Hank Parker is pushing? If it is, i dont think i really like them.
Im concerned that they wont open very well, the little wingy-majiggers that actually pull the blades open are too far back and the arrow would be already penatrated too far before they would open.
It just looks to me like the head would be fighting against itself while trying to open after it is already in the deer, which in turn would cut down on actual penatration and also not cut much of a hole for bleed out and blood trail. I hope i have made some sense or got out what im actually thinking laugh.gif JMO

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post Jul 30 2009, 02:35 PM
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I was thinking the same thing Dale but wanted someone elses input on it. Thanks.


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post Jul 30 2009, 03:14 PM
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just from the looks i agree..


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post Jul 30 2009, 08:15 PM
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Hank Parker sponsors it don't that say enough?


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post Jul 31 2009, 05:16 PM
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they look great but im sticking to my RAGE
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post Aug 1 2009, 12:03 AM
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I will share with you what I know about them take it for what its worth

I don't know who Hank Parker is(heard the name) but the head is actually made by SBP -Sonoran Bowhunting Products. 99% of hunters never even heard of them

http://www.sonoranbowhunting.com/bhacc.htm



Rich Forest ( who I do not personaly know just from doing business with him) is a mechanical engineer by trade he engineered and owns Sonoran he must have sold the rights to this Hank P. But He developed them 15 years or so ago for him and his buddies to elk hunt with.



Me and my hunting partners have been shooting the Sonoran 125's for 10 years and delt straight thru Rich to order them. It was apart time businss for him and he never tried to market them to the chains.

They are an excellent head and leave a devistating gash with a 2 1/4 cut dia. We have killed way to many animals to count from deer to mulies and bears

The deployment blades are actuall blades and leave a 3/4 dia cut and are purposly farther back to allow the main blades to enter the hide and ribs before deployment, cutting back on the amount of kenetic energy absorbed by impact for deployment like many other mechanicals on the market. Aftershock came out several years ago and is a knock off of the Sanoran but not even in the same leauge
I could go on but the bottom line is they are great heads ,desigend with replacable tips blades and set screw and fly like bullets.

I could care less what people shoot, you still have to place the arrow in the right spot , but if your looking for an advantage on a marginal shot Ill take the 2 1/4 razor sharp cut.

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post Aug 1 2009, 12:19 AM
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Just looked in my archive of pictures .
Here is a small 8 point taken with a sonoran 125 9years ago.

It was a 28 yard hard quarter shot from 24 ft, arrow entered high on the right side went thru the cavity cut thru 4 ribs laying the whole left side open , exited the left side only to break the left front leg.

If I wasn't certain how much I liked them I was pretty much convinced after that

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post Aug 2 2009, 12:34 AM
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Man!! that just ain't fair!!


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post Aug 2 2009, 12:34 AM
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You have got to be kidding me that broadhead did that much damage. I thought about switching to them but didn't know anybody that uses them so I will definitely try them.
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