Fixed Blade Broadhead Comparison for Crossbows

Fixed Blade Broadhead that Fly Like Field Tips for Crossbows

To determine what the best fixed blade broadheads are for Crossbows we shot over the course of a week on 14 different crossbows from 9 different manufactures. The goal was to find which broadheads flew consistently like field tips without performing any tuning or adjustments on behalf of the hunter. We tested 6 different broadheads …

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Bear Fisix FFL Crossbow Bolt Comparison

Bolt Comparison • Bear Fisix FFL Crossbow

In this video Nolan completes a field comparison with the Bear Fisix FFL Crossbow by comparing the factory bolts that come with the Fisix to Borkholder’s Match Grade Custom Bolts. Accuracy (or grouping) and bolt penetration are the 2 comparison points. The target is 60 yards away and for max consistency between shots Nolan is …

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2016 Hoyt Carbon Defiant Series Compound Bows

Nolan Sausaman goes through the different Defiant Series Bows from Hoyt. There’s 6 2016 models in all: Carbon Defiant 30, Carbon Defiant Turbo, Carbon Defiant 34, Defiant 30, Defiant Turbo, Defiant 34. Carbon Defiant 30 The Carbon Defiant 30 is a 30″ Axle to Axle compound bow with a 7″ brace height. It shoots at …

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2016 Bear Torrix FFL Crossbow Review

2016 Bear Torrix FFL Crossbow Review

The Bear Torrix FFL Crossbow is a mid level crossbow with a 125 pound pull and velocity of 355 FPS. It’s slightly heavier than comparable crossbows but well balanced and easy to handle. It comes with adjustable stock, adjustable forearm grip and adjustable trigger pull. The package includes scope, quiver, bolts, and cocking sled. But …

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Why Match Weight Matters

When choosing Firenock lighted nocks you have an option to weight match the non lighted nocks to the lighted nocks. If not, there is roughly a 23 grain difference between the two that can result in lower impacted points at distances of 30 yards and beyond, and also change your front of center percentages.

There is a simulated weight that attaches to your nock just the same as the lighted nock that will make all of the nocks weigh the same.

Rogue Level 19 String Colors