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    Quote Originally Posted by NoDeerInIowa View Post
    I am not a scientist or mathematician( I probably can't spell either), but 500 fps seems low. The speed of sound is 1126 fps or 768 mph. So, yeah just keep shooting whichever heads you like. Just keep em sharp and hit where you aim.


    I did say 500+ so i was semi close. Lol knew it was something
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    I knew its < 300fps. Stoopid deer ducking my arrow.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JayB22 View Post
    I knew its < 300fps. Stoopid deer ducking my arrow.
    Seconded. Lol.

    I shoot Vpa 3 blade unvented and they seem pretty quiet. And definitely right with field points.


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    If you're still following this thread, here's food for thought. If a deer "jumps he string", it is already reacting to the sound of the bow being shot. So any noise from an arrow is immaterial. If it doesn't jump the string, the arrow is already well on the way before it would react to arrow noise. So it wouldn't be dropping as far as it would jumping the string. IMHO, I think people make too much of arrow noise.
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    But if you are going through the motions to make the bow quiet, may as well worry bout the bh as well.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tugman View Post
    If you're still following this thread, here's food for thought. If a deer "jumps he string", it is already reacting to the sound of the bow being shot. So any noise from an arrow is immaterial. If it doesn't jump the string, the arrow is already well on the way before it would react to arrow noise. So it wouldn't be dropping as far as it would jumping the string. IMHO, I think people make too much of arrow noise.
    I agree, my deer at 40 yards jump the string and saw him duck right under my arrow but I'm with IHB also. I prefer a quiet arrow and the best broadhead I have shot is the GK's for sound and flight.

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    Slick tricks whistle but I don't think you can here the noise in front of the head. They fly great and do a good job.

    Grizz tricks are louder but leave a dirt nasty hole.

    GKs are also pretty but you can't beat the penetration but the blood trail are subpar at best.

    Montecs are pretty quiet fly decent but I had them snap at the threads.

    Shuttle Ts are very quiet but I had some flight issues at distance.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bowaddicts View Post
    I do know Qad doesn't make as much noise as ST.
    i bougth some qad this year, they are quiet. the shoot good for me out to about 30 yards, they start drifting left and down after 40 for me

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    its been a while since i shot my old magnus, but i dont remember them making much noise, not gonnas say they dont, but i dont rememebr it if they do

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    sometimes we just need something to tinker with so we have something to talk about.lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by peanut perry View Post
    sometimes we just need something to tinker with so we have something to talk about.lol
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