VPA Broadheads?

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  1. DoubleLunger

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    Sorry for all of my posts about broadheads. So, anyone shoot the VPA 2 bladed broadhead?
    If so, how do they fly? Durable? Bone crushing? Etc.?

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    If their 2 blade are like their 3 blade you will have one tough, sharp, straight flying broadhead. The VPA line has one of the best reputations of fixed blade broadheads in the market. I shoot their 125 and 150 grain 3 blade broadheads and love them. The tonto tip will help in breaking bone.
     
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    Yeah I've seen that they had good reviews. Thanks. I just ordered there two bladed 200 gr broadheads and hope to see how they do while chasing pigs in a few weeks
     

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    I don't know how they could be improved upon. I'll be using the 125 and 150 grain three blade out of my compound in South Africa this August.
     
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    Let me know how they work out. What type of game are you going after?
     

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    Kudu, Gemsbok, Wildebeest, and Impala are my primary animals. If I get a chance at a Zebra then that too.
     
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    very good broadhead, I use them in my trad bow, and once with a 80 pounds compound (the arrow broke shoulder entering and rear leg bone exiting an impala :eek:)
     
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    What to test them on rather than an expensive block target? Lol
     

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    I'd do what you said earlier; test them on pigs! That's what I do.

    Picked up some 200 grain vpa's. Hope to test them on a pig soon.
     
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    Post a pic of the results. I still have to wait a few weeks until the pig hunt. Might try them out on an old piece of plywood
     

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