Spoke to the manufacturer, great folks.
As Billy mentioned. As well, and sorry Billy I forgot to mention this, but they did all the field testing for this bow using the Excalibur 440. Since it has one of, if not the highest initial torque load of available bows. They found on the prototype that in testing, the 440 was causing the blades to deform the ferrule after multiple target hits with the same head. You can see how wide the blade is when the head is opened. It was causing impact damage. As I discussed with the manufacturer, the amount of hits it took to damage it was pretty much irrelevant, as no hunter would put the head into a Reinhardt so many times. But non the less, a solution was made to prevent this.
Yes the 100gr uses the filamentlongbow joe wrote: ↑Mon Jan 13, 2020 12:23 amDoes the alluminum 100 grain use the filament also?
Just thinking which route to go the 100 with a standard 110 insert or a 150 with a 50 grain alluminum insert that's gonna take me 10 grains shy.
Yea after using the xact the interloc broadheads have nothing to prove to me they are total quality. Everything l shot with them died.
The wider cut definitely appeals to me on the new ones especially for Turkey . I only lost one Turkey out of 25 with the spitfire max but lm up to trying new stuff .The super freak also was awsome but l still favor the wide 3 blade for some reason over the freaks 2 blades.
not referring to only the archery trade.
Absolutely a marketing thing.Deaf jeff wrote: ↑Mon Jan 13, 2020 7:59 amnot referring to only the archery trade.
is this a common practice, announce new items with a high price so when an item is finally available at a lower cost so it looks like a great deal to me it just seems like a marketing thing imo
No, won't be available until at least April so I was told