Cabela's Cpl 3-Blade Broadhead

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Cabela's Cpl 3-Blade Broadhead -
Cabela’s CPL-3 offers a hard-hitting, fixed-blade design that’s built like a tank. The hardened-steel tip, solid-aluminum ferrule and razor-sharp .035" stainless steel blades deliver serious penetration for the largest game and quartering shots. 1-1/8" cutting dia. Per 3.
Cutting diameter: 1-1/8".
Available: 100 gr., 125 gr.
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Cabela's Cpl 3-Blade Broadhead Review:


Dull and sloppy

I needed to replace the broadheads that came with a package deal I got on a bow and spotted these. Being relatively new to bowhunting, I didn't do much looking around and picked these up. I figured they were basic but that it was hard to screw up broadheads. I was wrong. The primary problem with the set I got was the blades do not sit well in the groove where you insert them. I have one out of the five where the blades are rock solid, so that one is okay. You can get some of them to sit better if you screw the broadhead into the shaft and then use pliers to tighten the tip down, but many of the blades still wobble. Some even rattle as you load the arrow or draw your bow - which I imagine could alert deer. The other problem is the blades are pretty dull. Some even have nicks in them. I've read that many broadheads require a bit of after-market sharpening right out of the package, but the dullness of these ones seems excessive (in my inexperienced opinion). The cheaper ones that came with the bow package were shaving sharp. These CPL ones were okay, but definitely not super sharp like the other ones I got a couple days later. (I wish the guidelines would let me state which ones, because I was blown away by them!) Overall, if you can get the blades to sit tight in the groove and sharpen them up I imagine they might be decent. You could probably but a dab of super glue or something in there to set the blades without much change to the weight, but why go through the trouble of jury-rigging new broadheads when you can just buy better ones for the same price? These probably aren't the worst ones out there, but I'd still say stay away. I gave two stars to be a bit generous... one seemed overly harsh since they're not utterly horrid. All the same, I'd pass on these.
Kodiyak at Cabelas on 10/25/2013