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Woodsman® Original Series 3-Blade Screw-In Broadheads
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Woodsman® Original Series 3-Blade Screw-In Broadheads

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Item Number: 4225-1X
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  • Q:

    Is there a 'general' consensus on what draw weight one should shoot a 2 blade as opposed to a 3 or 4 blade broadhead? I shoot about 40lbs but would like to try the Woodsman heads. It's time to start shooting my hunting arrows and I need to decide soon lol. My arrows are coming in at around 450gr right now with a 175gr FP. thanks
    Asked on 7/17/2014 by Player from Tennessee

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  • Q:

    I'm using woodsman 150gr heads and with left helical fletching and my shoots are hitting 4" to the left form where my feild tips hit. Do I execpt the difference and compensate or are there any suggestions I could try?
    Asked on 10/7/2012 by The Black Fox from Pine Grove Mills, PA

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      It may be that the field points are covering up some of the problems with the arrow flight. If you are right handed that should mean that the arrow is too weak. Trying adding another layer to your strike plate and see if they move closer to center.

      Answered on 10/8/2012 by Justin from 3Rivers Archery
  • Q:

    Will the 150gr woodsman broadheads work ok with my Arrow Dynamics traditional 55-70-# shafts? I have 145gr practice tips that work real good now.
    Asked on 12/12/2011 by Anonymous

    2 answers

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Yes, you will want to shoot a broadhead that is similar in weight to your field points. The Woodsmans should fly fine for you.

      Answered on 12/13/2011 by Justin from 3Rivers Archery
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I shoot a traditonal arrow with 145 gr practice tip and they shoot great with the woodsman 150 gr.

      Answered on 2/16/2012 by Dan from Solsberry, Indiana
  • Q:

    I purchased a Hoyt Dorado recurve #50 lbs and shoot carbon shafts what grain weigh broadhead should I shoot looking at the woodsman will be hunting deer this fall elk next fall and black bear thins spring thanks
    Asked on 10/2/2011 by Big Country from Fishtail Montana

    3 answers

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      If I was you I would do some testing with a field point test kit to see what shoots the best out of your bow. Then pick the broad head with the same weight or real close in weight.

      Answered on 10/7/2011 by Clint from 3Rivers Archery
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I shoot a 50lb Grizzly and have been happy so far with the woodsman. They fly just like my broadheads. It took me a little while to get the knack for sharpening...they key is not to try too hard.
      They are very durable and look nice.

      Answered on 11/4/2011 by Cross Creek from PA
    • VERIFIED BUYER

      A:

      I use 125s for whitetail, but not sure about the elk and bear.

      Answered on 12/6/2011 by gruenetx from New Braunfels, Tx
  • Q:

    I just bought some ICS BowHunters and the instructions on setting the aluminum insert said,"screw in a broad head and use it to line up the insert as you glue it in place." Do I have to align the 3 blades in some fashion with the fletching? I use a Johan left wing helical jig for my feathers.
    Asked on 9/24/2011 by Knocknock from Lancaster, PA

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Some guys like to aligning their 3 blade heads with the feather of the arrow, while some others like to put one blade straight up and down to use the tip of the blade for a sight (have to shoot bow straight up and down), while others have their arrows so well tuned they just mount the inserts and screw in theirbroadheads.

      Answered on 10/4/2011 by Shawn from 3Rivers Archery
  • Q:

    How wide are the 125 gr woodsman elite broadheads? My measurements show it is 1/16 short of the legal requirement (7/8 inch) in missouri and illinois where I hunt.
    If this is the case, I will be returning them for a
    Refund. Thanks.
    Asked on 9/3/2011 by Anonymous from cape girardeau, mo

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The 125 grain Elites measures 1-1/16 of an inch on a Brown & Sharp 3 jaw anval mic.

      Answered on 9/7/2011 by Shawn from 3Rivers Archery
  • Q:

    Has anyone had any arrow planeing problems with crossbow bolts above 300 fps while using the woodsman?
    Asked on 6/9/2011 by richard from Kent Alabama

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      None that we have heard of.

      Answered on 6/16/2011 by Clint from 3Rivers Archery
  • Q:

    How is the woodsman compared to the G5 montec cs?
    Asked on 6/5/2011 by Anonymous

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The Woodsman Elite would be a better comparison to the Montec CS. Both of those broadheads come sharp out of the box and utilize a high carbon steel to maintain the edge. The Montec is only available in 100grs. The Elite is available from 100grs to 250grs in increments of 25gr. Based on the weight options I would choose the Elite for my longbow. I like to use a heavier broadhead when hunting.

      Answered on 6/7/2011 by Justin from 3Rivers Archery
  • Q:

    are the "Woodsman" broadheads good out of Crossbows?
    Asked on 5/31/2011 by Richard from Kent Alabama

    1 answer

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      Yes it is good out of all bows

      Answered on 6/2/2011 by Dave from 3Rivers Archery
  • Q:

    Whats the diffrent from the 150 gram and the 125 gram
    Asked on 12/14/2010 by Anonymous

    2 answers

    • Staff Reviewer

      A:

      The 125gr is about roughly a 1/4" shorter than the 150gr version. The 150gr version is closer to a 3:1 ration, which produces the best penetration.

      Answered on 12/30/2010 by Johnathan Karch from 3Rivers Archery
    • VERIFIED BUYER

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      the 150 is going to be heavier than the 125.

      Answered on 3/15/2011 by wicked archer from globe, az
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