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    • scotty95
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      I’m going on a hog hunt and I’m not sure if I should use a simmons shark 2 blade or a vpa three blade. Any recommendation? Both shoot good out of my bow but I think the vpas are a little more consistent for me. I shoot a stalker coyote 55@28 with an 27″ draw thanks Scott

    • paleoman
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      I’m no academic on this stuff….flip a coin or shoot whatever one you like. I think if its sharp and you get ’em where you aim, it’s gonna do its business.

    • Doc Nock
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      These newer 3 blade don’t have issues with tip roll over like some earlier ones did.

      Shooting mid 50’s, I agree that it’s a coin flip. I shoot now lower poundage so I go with 2 blade…why use a 3rd blade resistance to slow an arrow further when 2 will do the job properly placed!

      If you can get and keep the 3 sharp as the 2, go for it. Sharp is the key…placement and sharpness!

    • Jason Wesbrock
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      scotty95 wrote: …the vpas are a little more consistent for me.

      There’s your answer. 😉

    • scotty95
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      Thanks for the help

    • Etter1
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      Simmons all the way. I am a huge proponent of the tree shark.

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