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    A friend of mine gave me some really old wooden arrows with bear razorheads on them with bleeder blades (greenies I guess they are called?) that belonged to his grandfather. They are a little dull and tiny bit of rust on them. I was going to soak them in clr over night then sharpen them. Does...
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    Didn't "Bubbleheads" come before "Flatheads"? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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    Does anyone know where I can get the 145gr Bear Super Razorheads? I have a bunch of "Greenies" for wood but I'd like the "Blue" for my GT Traditionals. Sent from my iPad Mini using Tapatalk 👍🇺🇸 Bows, Broadheads and Backstraps
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    I just bought this unopened package of what look like Bear Razorheads. The label on the back is "SPR Lite 120gr". Are these the "Razor-lite" version of the Bear Razorhead I've heard about? Is the 120gr weight including the bleeder blades? For those of you with actual experience with this...
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    Been shooting 70's era screw-in stainless Razorheads for years. Love'em. Love the way they fly, kill and most of all the way they sharpen with a file. I believe they are softer than most of the heads available today which may be why they are so easy to sharpen with a file. I've used up...
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    I was looking through some of my Dad's old bowhunting stuff and found some of those old yellow Bear Razorheads. With the bleeder blades they look like they could really open up a nasty hole. They weigh around 160g in the screw in version. Has anyone had anyexperience with these heads? I...
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