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    Default Spitfire Maxx question

    I shot the regular NAP Spitfire 100 gr broadhead last year and decided to go with the Maxx's this year. Will the Maxx's shoot the same POI as field tips? I hate to waste some blades trying to find out. Thanks, Tim

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    Anyone? Tim

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    Love the maxx. They shot great same point of impact as my field points at 60 yards.Shot a bunch of critters last year with great results.One of my favorite new mechanical heads out there.Monster holes in deer and dropping turkeys with wing butt shots.

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    That is what I was hoping for. NAP really makes some great products. Tim

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    Spit MAXX is my all-time favorite head ... which is saying something, because it's only the second mechanical I've ever had the nerve to even try! I have always been a staunch "fixed head" guy until finally giving in to my co-worker's "peer pressure" and deciding to try the MAXX last season.

    One of the main reasons I gave it a go the first time around was due to getting my new bow set up so late last year, I only had 4 days prior to my N. Dakota hunt to fine tune the beast—and rather than have any possible doubts about whether I had it truly "broadhead tuned"—I gave the MAXX a go for that hunt, knowing they'd hit with my field tips. I know, lazy man's way of getting it done, but it worked out just fine in the end.

    Shot a great velvet buck on video with it on that hunt. Have since shot 2 more deer, including another ND velvet buck a couple of weeks back on video ... and smashed a hog on video back in July with the Spit MAXX.

    Of the 3 deer and 1 hog I've shot with the Spit MAXX, 3 of them dropped within 40 yards of the shot, the longest was probably 150 yards ... simply because I bumped the buck up when initially bloodtrailing him. He had bedded down within 70 yards of the shot (I hit him a bit low)—we found him the next morning about 70 yards or so from where he first bedded prior to us bumping him up.

    Anyway, as far as accuracy, out of a tuned bow, there's really no need to dull your blades, the MAXX is going to hit dead nuts with your field points! Ya know, as long as you do your part ...

    As said by white devil, the best part about the MAXX is the absolutely devastating "damage" the MAXX leaves in it's wake!

    Give em a try, you likely won't be disappointed!

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    Oh, I have 3 of them on my main arrows just waiting right now. Was kinda hard to move my regular Spitfires to backup though. Tim

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    I was thinking of trying some but everyone is sold out of them. I guess they must be well liked. I thought about the Spitfire Edge since the Maxx are all sold out. They seem to be the same head with a serrated edge instead of straight.

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    The regular old Spitfire was pretty good. Tim

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