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Not really. When I was younger, I didn't have a lot of money to put into equipment. Therefore, I bought a few and only purchased more when I ran out. Bear razorheads were the most common heads available, so that is mostly what I used. Later I also used Zwickey and Magnus. I still don't spend a lot of money on heads.
Me neither, not a collector or do I buy every new one that appears on the market. I have used the Bear Razorheads, Pearson Deadheads, Lil Shavers, Snuffers, and a couple others I have one or two in that “cigar box”. I traded my Black Diamonds for shafts and gave away my HH broadheads.
ACE standards for ever- never a reason to change
I enjoy looking at collections, and have picked up a few heads, but mostly to use. Ted Fry (Raptor Archery) has a nice collection, and Bob Burton another.
I only saw the pics of Bob Burton's collection when he was selling it some time ago and it was a huge collection.
Good one Fred! I hope she threw the box of broadheads in the hole with him 😜
I admire other people’s broadhead collections but not collector.
I'm not a collector, but am a broadhead nut when it comes to design, durability and sharpness. Over the years, I've found several heads that work well for me. I've used Zwickey Deltas in 4-blade and 2-blade forever, and more recently the No Mercy. In the last 15 years or so, I've also added STOS 2-blade and Abowyer single bevel 2-blade Brown Bears and Wapitis. In 3-blade heads, I like Woodsmans and Snuffers.
Fred that is the nicest display I've seen!
Not a nut, but i have collected a few. Mine are displayer differently.
Great collections Fred and Chuck......and neat displays too!!!!.
That some sort of highfalutin embroidery machine there Chuck? Fancy stuff!