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I've designed and manufactured the new Dirt Nap Gear D.R.T (Dead Right There) broadhead (a little shameless self promotion here).

Please feel free to have a look at the head and check out the website. I took them to Botswana this year with fantastic results on everything from Eland down to warthog. They feature our own "Modular Weight System" (MWS) and are available in single bevel or double bevel with a large .63 inch bleeder blade. Very tough heads.

If anyone is going on a neat bowhunt please contact me soon as I'd love some more testing in exotic locations (with pictures).

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I don't know if Tennessee/Kentucky are considered "Exotic" enough, but I sure do know how to test products and write up an evaluation. Contact me if you're interested...
 
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Thanks guys. Sounds like I need to get some in the mail!



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Posts: 354 | Location: New Jersey | Registered: 24 May 2011Reply With Quote
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I got your package Tom. With any luck, I will stick one into a rather large 10 point I have staked out.
 
Posts: 11349 | Location: Orlando, FL | Registered: 26 January 2006Reply With Quote
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They kinda look like silver flames, only nastier. Let me get this strait, if I destroy the BH on heavy bone they will replace it?


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Posts: 1077 | Location: Eau Claire, WI | Registered: 20 January 2011Reply With Quote
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Larry,

I'm glad you got them. Let me know how they work for you.

Canadian,
Yep, if you break it then please send it back to us and we will replace it.



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If they truly fly like fieldpoints, could this not be the perfect boadhead?
No variables to consider with this.
Aim-release-slice-retrieve.
As an honest bowhunter, is there anything else you could ask for?
 
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They remind me of the old Bear razor broad heads. I am going back to fixed blades this year and would like to try these out . What weight heads do you offer ?

Thanks Bob


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Posts: 1184 | Location: Catskill Mountains N.Y. | Registered: 13 September 2011Reply With Quote
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oops--I just read your website ,and it explained about the moduler weight system .

They look like a well made head .

Thanks Bob


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Posts: 1184 | Location: Catskill Mountains N.Y. | Registered: 13 September 2011Reply With Quote
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Tom:

I shot a nice 8 pt yesterday afternoon with your broadhead. It was a perfect shot with the arrow exiting the exact center of the shoulder. Other than the first few feet (sand which is always impossible) there was a hell of a blood trail. I was impressed.

Sorry I didn't take pictures. It was extremely hot. I wanted to get the deer and get it back before it spoiled.

Thanks!
 
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That's great Larry! Congratulations!

We had another success yesterday. Pro Staffer John Parker shot this velvet Kentucky whitetail yesterday evening. Check out that entrance wound!






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Posts: 1161 | Location: Kansas City, Missouri | Registered: 03 March 2006Reply With Quote
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I'm heading up the hall road in AK for boo not real exotic but fun. Last year it was -47 I could give them a good cold weather test.
 
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Purchased some of these broadheads. Previously I had tuned my bow for the 100 grain stinger broadheads, had great luck with them.
These broadheads shot to same POI.
I always shoot one broadhead at 30 yards, then 2 field tips. If broadhead is to right of impact of field tips, I move rest in the direction broadhead needs to go.
This works great for me
 
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I'm glad you like them! We have a facebook page as well if anyone is on facebook.



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