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    Default Hoarding Edward J. Henkel Broadheads

    My wife says I have a hoarding problem so I brought together most (but not all) of my razorheads. She might be right.

    Here is the patent doc. They were not patented by Fred Bear.

    http://www.freepatentsonline.com/2829894.pdf



    A few 1956 Bubble heads with pin hole bleeders that aren't mounted on arrows.





    I have every vintage except the rare Pinned head.



    I think I have more bear arrows than broadheads.



    Time to purge. (So I can buy more)

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    Nice collection.
    I have a couple dozen of the cedar arrows still in the box. It's what we hunted with in Wa. when they had their 1st archery seasons in the late 60's. I also have a collection of Satellite broadheads. They're not made any longer, but I like and use them. Shoot clear through a moose. I bought 75 of them at one time off Ebay. Dirt cheap.
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    My dad used those exclusively for deerw when Iw as growing up, hard to improve on the design.

    Nice collection.

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    I love those heads! I've shot quite a few animals with those and have used Zwickys for the last 25 years. It makes me wonder why a broadhead like those, ones that are simple and will efficiently kill anything on the planet, can be outdated. Hmmmmm...
    Thanks for the post Rancid.

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