Hartcraft Lopper Broadheads

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Hartcraft Lopper Broadheads -
With its wide 2-3/8" cutting diameter, this 125-grain turkey broadhead is perfect for accurate, instantly lethal head and neck shots. The Lopper is 100% stainless steel, with .030"-thick blades and a bone-crushing tip that cuts on contact. It shoots accurately through mesh blind windows, too. Three extra blades included. Per 3.
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Hartcraft Lopper Broadheads Reviews:

Positive Reviews:

very accurate

wow, just got a chance to shoot these heads . been gearing up for spring turkey season and have been shooting and practicing with these heads , shooting thru popup blind and right thru the mesh .cant beleive my eyes these things are awesome 20 yards those turkeys will be in trouble for sure . shot two arrows back to back now i haft to replace vanes on my arrows ! cant wait for season to begin! awesome product... !! check them out !
jammerj007 at Cabelas on 02/02/2012

Awesome Product

Tried this broadhead in the fall of 2011 and I can't wait until next turkey season. It is very accurate and performs well. Best broadhead in my opinion for lopping heads off turkeys.
OmaB at Cabelas on 02/07/2012

Negative Reviews:

not a good turkey head

used this head in 2011 they donot pass thru mesh like they say they do and the flight is not good. this is just a barbed head, its may be used for turkey body shots but you are better off to use a magnus bullhead or gobbler guillotine than this broadhead for head and neck shots. you will not be happy with this broadhead, i wasnt.
todd101132 at Cabelas on 01/31/2012