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    I just got a handful for Bear Razorheads (the yellowish-green ones) and I’m excited to use them for next season but I noticed the bleeder blades are quite thin. For all of you who have used them for hunting what kind of durability should I expect out of the bleeder blades?
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    Of course, bleeder blades add a little cutting surface length to a broadhead, but how much actual practical difference do you think that really makes in hunting , in comparison to the 2-blade version of the same broadhead (say, to pick one example, the 4-blade version and the 2-blade version of...
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    I shoot 40# recurve for whitetails and typically use two blade heads. I just ordered some Dirtnap DRT HD heads which resemble silver flame heads with bleeder blades. Now I am thinking, "Will the bleeder blades hinder penetration?" Let me know what you think if the bleeder blades will hinder...
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    I just got a bunch of old Bear greenie Razorheads- the main blade edges are rusty but I can take care of that with a mill file and whetstone. But how do you sharpen those little removable bleeder blades? thanks.
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    Greetings all TTer's: Can someone give me some tips on mounting the bleeder blades into some Magnus I, 150-grain monsters? These heads are going onto some 11/32" wood shafts, gluing into the 5 degree taper. There are no "detent" grooves on the head itself to capture the bleeder blades, like...
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