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GrizzlyStik 950 Momentum TDT® Test Pack

Our GrizzlyStik 950 System has earned an unmatched record on big and dangerous game. It gives you an arrow and broadhead system that has successfully taken over 1,400 Cape buffalo & Asiatic water buffalo.  In addition, the system is also proven against all the big bears, giraffe, moose, nilgai, lion, feral cattle, and all other animals in this category.

There is no equal or substitute on dangerous game.



The GrizzlyStik Momentum TDT 950 Test Pack comes with: 

♦  Two (2) Fletched Momentum TDT arrows - built to a minimum of 950 grains 

♦  Your choice of either 2" vanes or 4" RW Feathers

♦  Two (2) Bohning "A" white push-in tunable nocks or add lighted X nocks

♦  Two (2) standard GrizzlyStik 70 grain jacketed in-outserts + brass to reach 950

♦  Two (2) GrizzlyStik 315 grain field points

♦  Arrow cutting and insert installation services are included

♦  You can add any (2) 315 grain GrizzlyStik broadheads to test against field points




Think of how easy that will be, what kind of confidence you will have, knowing that you are shooting arrows with so much power that they can bring down your big game trophies - even when things go wrong. We have recorded pass throughs on most of these animals.

 

If you are going to Africa for Cape buffalo and other plains game, we recommend shooting this 950 grain setup for everything.

One bowhunter fully intended to do this but his PH talked him out of it for the smaller plains game animals. They went into town and bought some lighter faster arrows and the first animal he shot, a kudu, ran off and the PH had to put it down with the rifle.

The bowhunter was charged for the animal of course.



Remember Robert Rouke's famous saying: "Use enough gun!"
 




He returned a year later with the 950 grain GrizzlyStik system and dropped every single animal from that point with one arrow. He learned his lesson the hard way.

One of Dr. Ashby's quotes that we really like is: "If it works on these brutes, a whitetail will be a piece of cake."

The same goes for the smaller African plains game. If you're shooting an arrow/broadhead system that can take down a Cape buffalo - it's going to have plenty of power for everything else you'll encounter.

Besides, if you stick to shooting your 950 grain setup for everything, you'll get a "feel" for your setup - your trajectory will remain the same and there will be no need for second bows or adjusting from the way one setup shoots to another.

 You concentrate on your hunting and getting yourself into position for the shot. All you concentrate on is making the shot. You'll have total confidence, you will 'know' that your arrow and broadhead will get the jog done when you launch the arrow. Your shots will be natural, fluid, and deadly. 

 



We've included some helpful information below so you can get the most from your GrizzlyStik testing experience.

Note: Once arrows are cut to length they are non-returnable.

 


 

We get a lot of feedback from the bowhunters who test the GrizzlyStik 950 grain arrows. Below are some options for you to make your arrow selections easier. We've listed three mind sets below. Pick the description that fits you best and then order your GrizzlyStik 950 test pack accordingly.

 

#1 - Make it easy for me!

The easiest way to approach this is to call us with the following information:

• What bow are you shooting?

• What weight are you shooting at your draw length?

• What is your draw length?

• What is your arrow length? (Measured from the valley of the nock to the end of the arrow not including the point.)

• What arrows are you shooting now?

• What is the spine - or deflection of those arrows?

• What point weight are you shooting on them?

 

The information you give us will help us help you select the spine of the GrizzlyStik arrows you will end up testing.

Note: If you want us to suggest what might fly best for you, the more information you can give us the better. The final choice is yours and once arrows are cut to length, they are non-returnable.

We will then give you an educated guess on two arrows that we will cut to the same length as the arrows you are shooting now. We will probably suggest two arrows with a different spine so you can see first hand which one shoots the best from your bow with you shooting them.

Once we give you our suggestions, you can either order right then on the phone, or you can place your order online.

 

 


 

 

#2 - Make it easy - but I have an arrow cut off saw and I can fine tune the arrow flight by adjusting the arrow length myself.

We would still like to know the following information:

• What bow are you shooting?

• What weight are you shooting at your draw length?

• What is your draw length?

• What is your arrow length? (Measured from the valley of the nock to the end of the arrow not including the point.)

• What arrows are you shooting now?

• What is the spine - or deflection of those arrows?

• What point weight are you shooting on them?

 

The information you give us will help us help you select the spine of the GrizzlyStik arrows you will end up testing.

Note: If you want us to suggest what might fly best for you, the more information you can give us the better. The final choice is yours and once arrows are cut to length, they are non-returnable.

We will then give you an educated guess on two arrows that we will either cut to whatever length you would like, or even not at all. The best way to tune the arrows to your bow with you shooting is to start with arrows that you know are longer than you will need. That will make them weaker, as you shorten them you make them stiffer. You keep shortening and shooting until you get perfect flight.

Then, no matter what length they are, that is where you know they fly the best and that is the length you would order all arrows in the future.

It's sort of like shooting a bunch of factory loads from a particular rifle until you find the one that shoots the best. You tune this specific set up to your bow by adjusting the arrow length but not the point weight.

Note: We will probably suggest two arrows with a different spine so you can see first hand which one shoots the best from your bow with you shooting them. You can order whatever you'd like, but for best results, we always recommend testing two different spined arrows.

Once we give you our suggestions, you can either order right then on the phone, or you can place your order online.

 

 


 

 

#3 - I like doing all my own testing - so add a field point test pack to my order.

We still would like to know the following information:

• What bow are you shooting?

• What weight are you shooting at your draw length?

• What is your draw length?

• What is your arrow length? (Measured from the valley of the nock to the end of the arrow not including the point.)

• What arrows are you shooting now?

• What is the spine - or deflection of those arrows?

• What point weight are you shooting on them?

 

The information you give us will help us help you select the spine of the GrizzlyStik arrows you will end up testing.

Note: If you want us to suggest what might fly best for you, the more information you can give us the better. The final choice is yours and once arrows are cut to length, they are non-returnable.

We will then give you an educated guess on two arrows that we will either cut to whatever length you would like, or even not at all. The best way to tune the arrows to your bow with you shooting is to start with arrows that you know are longer than you will need. That will make them weaker, as you shorten them you make them stiffer. You keep shortening and shooting until you get perfect flight.

Then, no matter what length they are, that is where you know they fly the best and that is the length you would order all arrows in the future.

At this point, because you have the field point test pack, you can test various point weights to see how they affect your arrow flight. (If you had us use hot melt cement when we glued in your inserts you can also mix and match the brass weight adapters for total control over your arrow mass weight and your FOC (forward of center) percentages.

This is a more complicated method of working up your 'hand load' for your bow, but it gives you much more control. You might find that you are more pleased with the trajectory of a 850 grain arrow. (We would still recommend a minimum of 950 grains but we know that some bowhunters have been successful with as low as 800 grain setups.

You will know what works best for you because you will have done the testing.

Think of this as building yourself a totally custom hand load for a particular rifle. You will change the arrow length, the point weight, and the FOC (forward of center) percentages to find the EXACT arrow and broadhead system that works best for you, with you shooting, out of your specific bow.

Note: We will probably suggest two arrows with a different spine so you can see first hand which one shoots the best from your bow with you shooting them. You can order whatever you'd like, but for best results, we always recommend testing two different spined arrows.

Once we give you our suggestions, you can either order right then on the phone, or you can place your order online.

 

 


 

 

Helpful links:

What are you hunting? Cape buffalo

Cape Buffalo GrizzlyStik Success Page & Testimonials

Top 12 Arrow Penetration Enhancement Factors

All the Dr. Ed Ashby Reports

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