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    Quote Originally Posted by UltraTec View Post
    Honestly I don't usually reuse any equipment that I kill an animal with. Goes on the wall with the stack of other used arrows. I've never shot an arrow or broadhead at an animal twice.
    Holy crap, dude! Whadya, work in in an archery shop or sumpthin?

    That aside, since I asked i read somewhere else that someone got blood in one and it stopped working... any chance you wanna do a dunk test on your ten bucks instead of mine?
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    I almost always re-use my stuff unless its trashed, the best i got was I killed 3 deer 1 year with the same arrow and broadhead.
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    The only arrow I ever retired was from the very first deer, that one sits in the gun cabinet... and I eventually scrounged and put the broadhead back into service... I'm always "taking two or three to make one", resharpening, etc.... won't be able to do that with the lighted nocks, I'm sure.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MBullism View Post
    Holy crap, dude! Whadya, work in in an archery shop or sumpthin?
    Actually I retired shot equipment long before we ever opened. Kind of a superstition thing. No real reason for it I guess. I figured my arrow/broadhead had one kill in it so I retired it after each one.
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    Just having a bit of fun with ya... to each his own.
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