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SIMMONS BROADHEADS

Post by Waiting4Fall on Sat Dec 17, 2011 12:21 am


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Re: SIMMONS BROADHEADS

Post by bowonly on Mon Dec 19, 2011 2:54 pm

Great to see a fellow bowhunter using the best broadheads ever made! Nothing lives thru a sharkbite......just ask Widowmaker!

You got that right! Dave Oligee is a friend of mine, & I love the Land Shark 100 grain screw in model.
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Re: SIMMONS BROADHEADS

Post by bowonly on Mon Dec 26, 2011 2:07 pm

I shoot the Landshark 160's. I don't use the bleeder blades. I have never been disappointed with their performance. I bought a ton of them from Jerry Simmons when I thought the business was not going to be picked up by anybody.
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Post by NavyDave on Tue Dec 27, 2011 9:41 pm

This is my first year hunting trad and alot of guys on my GON trad forum use simmons. I shoot a 45# ben pearson cougar with 1535s and the 190 landsharks are like death darts. I sharpen them with the razors edge and a 3 sided rod. They get rediculously hair popping sharp! Took weeks for the hair on my legs to grow back!!

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Re: SIMMONS BROADHEADS

Post by dirtdobber on Fri Mar 09, 2012 10:20 pm

I've shot Simmons heads since I began hunting. My dad and uncle have shot the intecepter since it came out. I have killed deer with the 100 gr landshark, 160gr landshark and the 190 gr. treeshark. Love them all. The new owner Dave seems to be a great guy. Talked to him on the phone a couple of times. He seems very genuine about keeping the Simmons product top quality.

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Re: SIMMONS BROADHEADS

Post by Chris Spikes on Tue Aug 07, 2012 3:05 pm

Been shooting Simmons since August 1990. Saw Mr. Jerry at his booth at the Atlanta Buckarama and bought some 160 gr. Landsharks. Haven't looked back. Since then I've killed critters with all the big Simmons with the exception of the Tiger Shark. I switched to the Tree Shark exclusively several years ago and just can't make myself shoot anything smaller.
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Post by vortex1 on Tue Aug 07, 2012 11:25 pm

been shootin a recurve now for about two years, and have been shooting some magnus broadheads out of it, but about six months after i had broke about a million of them magnus broarheads off in a bow target i started researching simmons. my buddy shot the 165 grn landsharks so i got some and i lovem. I aint never kilt nuthin withem yet( cause i cant hit the broadside of a barn, but i did miss a doe:) but i plan on it. Also been shootin the interceptors and i think i like them better than the landsharks. Either way simmons are hard to beat.
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Re: SIMMONS BROADHEADS

Post by Tiny52 on Mon Aug 20, 2012 2:15 pm

I still have a unopened pack of land sharks that I will use when the time is right. I loved these heads. To bad they arent being made anymore Mad

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Re: SIMMONS BROADHEADS

Post by bowonly on Mon Aug 20, 2012 7:14 pm

Actually they are still being made Tiny! Correct me if I'm wrong guys, cuz I didn't look back in the threads to verify, but Mr Dave Oligee bought the business and is now bringing the best broadheads ever made back into circulation. He is a member here on the site!
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