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Innerloc shape shifter

Postby mchurch » Thu Apr 13, 2017 11:22 am

I have been shooting the innerloc shape shifter out of my excalibur matrix bulldog 400 with excellent accuracy. I have tested then to 60 yards. Has anyone else tried them?
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Re: Innerloc shape shifter

Postby nchunterkw » Thu Apr 13, 2017 12:00 pm

I just looked at the website....looks pretty interesting. I'm sure it will shoot well as it looks like a field point, so no surprises there. I was not a fan of the bullet hole entry hole on the football they show in their video, though. Means blades don't open until they are inside the animal. But I'm a fixed blade fan....
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Re: Innerloc shape shifter

Postby L. E. Carroll » Thu Apr 13, 2017 11:09 pm

I just watched the promo ...

I have a question. :?

Following deployment of the blades after the clear covering breaks on impact.... then what? :roll: Do they make available new clear covers for the broadheads so they can be shot again after some type of sharpening or new blades can or will be attached ? Nothing was mentioned covering their use after the first shot is taken..... I would imagine actual practice with one before heading out to hunt would cause it to no longer be usable? :oops:

Or is this designed to be a "One Time" Broadhead ? :?

That possibly being the case? Being retired and on a limited income, I would pass on Disposable Broadheads. :roll:

I'm not real experienced with mechanical broadheads and feel they are possibly very suitable on deer size animals with their lighter bone structure. :wink: However, since Elk is my favorite game animal and the fact that there bones including ribs are way wider and thicker than those on a deer, I would pass on them in favor of a good stout, sharp, fixed blade broadhead. :wink:

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Re: Innerloc shape shifter

Postby mchurch » Fri Apr 14, 2017 2:00 pm

You can buy more of the clear covers and more blades. The clear covers is single use. I am also not a fan of the bullet hole entry wound. Here in California shots on wild pigs can be really unpredictable. I have had shots at 25 to 55 yards depending how the stalk goes. There are also strong crosswinds to deal with.
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