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Re: Broadheads

Postby bowhunterfrompast » Fri Oct 21, 2011 10:00 am

Picked up another neat old broadhead for the collection and was sent a cool Pioneer Game Tamer card.

1928 Hugo Buckner.
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Re: Broadheads

Postby bowhunterfrompast » Fri Apr 27, 2012 8:07 pm

I recently picked up an arrow with what I believe is a c.1936 Chester Brown SlpS, Str Edge, .35" BF (?). Ads unknown so it has no ABCC number, but a neat old broadhead/arrow for the collection.

This broadhead was confirmed, by a couple of seasoned broadhead collectors at the 2012 ABCC Annual Meeting, to be a c.1937 Fredrick Hess broadhead, L 2.19" x W .97", made in Detroit, Michigan.
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Re: Broadheads

Postby ncheels » Wed Jul 25, 2012 4:02 pm

Trap wrote:Pics as promised Rick. Feel free to fill in the gaps wherever you see fit ;)

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As you can see, I couldnt stop at 100 or 130. It's a disease I tell ya.

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Trap,
I just picked up about 50 vintage broadheads. And I see 2 in your collection that were in my group. Please tell me the name/brand of the ones that are in the bottom left corner in PIC3. They look like metal Indian arrow heads. I have 2 of those that I need to identify. Thanks for any help.

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Re: Broadheads

Postby JavelinaHink » Thu Jul 26, 2012 7:32 am

[quote]Trap
just picked up about 50 vintage broadheads. And I see 2 in your collection that were in my group. Please tell me the name/brand of the ones that are in the bottom left corner in PIC3. They look like metal Indian arrow heads. I have 2 of those that I need to identify. Thanks for any help.

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I think your talking about the heads on page 2, They are called Roper made in 1953-54 in Los Angles, California, If you could post or send me pictures I could tell you what you have. Small one is rare with the flutes facing up, other size's are 5/16-11/32

Hope thats helps if those are what you have, Hink
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Re: Broadheads

Postby ncheels » Thu Jul 26, 2012 9:34 am

JavelinaHink wrote:
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Richard
I think your talking about the heads on page 2, They are called Roper made in 1953-54 in Los Angles, California, If you could post or send me pictures I could tell you what you have. Small one is rare with the flutes facing up, other size's are 5/16-11/32

Hope thats helps if those are what you have, Hink


Hink,
Sorry. The original pics from Trap did not show up on my reply. They are on page 2. I'll post mine and ask for you help with their IDs.
Thanks a bunch.
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Re: Broadheads

Postby ncheels » Thu Jul 26, 2012 12:17 pm

ncheels wrote:
JavelinaHink wrote:
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Hink,
Sorry. The original pics from Trap did not show up on my reply. They are on page 2. I'll post mine and ask for you help with their IDs.
Thanks a bunch.
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I got some info on them. Large Ropers on the left. In the middle, a 1941 Ace Standard. On the right, an Ace Big Game Express.

Next I have 8 Ace Express'

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Next are Schmid Penetrators (1957)

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Last are MA-3s, MA-3L, and BOD-KIN "A" (1949)

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Re: Broadheads

Postby JavelinaHink » Thu Jul 26, 2012 7:41 pm

Thats good, Might want to check the first Ace, hard to tell size from picture. The Ace Standard Length 2.57", ferrule @ .374" OD -158gr. and a Ace Hi-Speed Length 2.44" , ferrule @ .340" OD-136gr. You have a good start, an ABCC club member has a book out if you want to get into collecting broadheads , and also you can join the ABCC and get a good start in collecting. Hink :D
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Re: Broadheads

Postby bowhunterfrompast » Fri Jul 27, 2012 2:47 pm

ncheels.....great start on a collection and traders to boot. Would you be interested in a trade for one of the Schmid Penetrators???

Looks like Bill helped you out with the ID's.
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Re: Broadheads

Postby ncheels » Fri Jul 27, 2012 3:12 pm

bowhunterfrompast wrote:ncheels.....great start on a collection and traders to boot. Would you be interested in a trade for one of the Schmid Penetrators???

Looks like Bill helped you out with the ID's.


Sure thing Rick. I'll PM you after work.
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Re: Broadheads

Postby ncheels » Fri Jul 27, 2012 10:13 pm

Hink,
Based on your information, it appears I have the Ace Hi-Speed broadhead. Comparing your info, my Ace in the middle has ferrule @ .34 OD and 2.44" long.

The Ace Big Express on the right is .372 OD, .03 blade, and 200 gr.
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Re: Broadheads

Postby bowhunterfrompast » Thu Dec 29, 2016 2:49 pm

Wow...it's been a while. I'm still collecting broadheads, and have 21 display cases that I bought from a friend of mine. I finally built a wall and have the display cases hanging, and in the process of filling them up. I will post pics later.
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Re: Broadheads

Postby Winter Hawk » Wed Jan 04, 2017 10:11 pm

It sounds like a disease to me! :rolf:

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Re: Broadheads

Postby bowhunterfrompast » Fri Jan 06, 2017 2:06 am

I was warned about the addiction :rolf:
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Re: Broadheads

Postby bowhunterfrompast » Mon Apr 03, 2017 10:32 am

Finally getting around to putting my collection together.
http://i.imgur.com/DyryiPy.jpg
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Re: Broadheads

Postby TradRag » Mon Apr 03, 2017 10:45 pm

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bowhunterfrompast wrote:Finally getting around to putting my collection together.
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