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Title: Cutthroat single bevel 250 grain
Post by: RGKulas on March 05, 2018, 07:01:00 PM
WOW! are these things hard. Rockwell 55. They come with a so-so edge that needs final work and Im cool with that but as hards as the metal is, it takes some time.



Title: Re: Cutthroat single bevel 250 grain
Post by: pdk25 on March 05, 2018, 08:43:00 PM
Couple swipes on the RADA wheelie, and that burr is gone.  Pretty easy.  JMMV.
Title: Re: Cutthroat single bevel 250 grain
Post by: bluemoonrising on March 06, 2018, 09:18:00 AM
Almost all broadheads work well enough on animals if you place them correctly. But for me, the Cuttroats are my favorite. Easy to sharpen, built like a tank and they perform well, really well. I'm done "shopping" around. The 250s are it for this old man.
Title: Re: Cutthroat single bevel 250 grain
Post by: cacciatore on March 06, 2018, 03:18:00 PM
Very easy to take to perfection. I like the bigger one more though,190 glue on.
Title: Re: Cutthroat single bevel 250 grain
Post by: carbonflyr on March 10, 2018, 09:12:00 PM
wish they were heavier!!!
told the boys that were at etar last year i'd like to see a 300gr. glue on,that was just before i showed them a 600gr. bishop
Title: Re: Cutthroat single bevel 250 grain
Post by: Tajue17 on March 26, 2018, 09:21:32 PM
wish they were heavier!!!
told the boys that were at etar last year i'd like to see a 300gr. glue on,that was just before i showed them a 600gr. bishop

I have this problem with some heads that are not heavy enough and what I do is take one of them plastic broadhead holders you use to screw on broadheads,  put that on scale then zero it,,, now put the head in it and 1 by 1 drop lead shot pellets inside the broadhead till I hit the right weight,,,, I then cut off the front of my shafts just enough to fit full into the ferrules because the shot is in the point,, when I glue shaft in I go heavy with the glue on the front of the ferrules which pushes into the shot and locks everything.   
Title: Re: Cutthroat single bevel 250 grain
Post by: acolobowhunter on April 09, 2018, 05:54:50 PM
I bought a dozen of the 200 grain and will be using them in Africa this year.  I also increased my arrow weight 150 grain.  Everything seems to fly good as I have been doing a lot of shooting in prep for the trip.  Will let you know the results.
Title: Re: Cutthroat single bevel 250 grain
Post by: wayne rollinson on April 12, 2018, 02:33:32 PM
my 200gr arrived today I can't wait to try them they look very strong indeed  :clapper: