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Think if you have lungs for it and are close enough....who knows what kind of spread they will have from one time to next. Those are pretty heavy depending on how many u load so speed will be compromised. After that even though it is a "broad head",they are so small you need to have a lot hit mark to do job with humane kill.if only loading up two or three don't waste time and load good razor broad head or make own from exacto ...have fun!
 

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One single well place full size dart is best . The multidart lacks power to each individual dart . A novilty item .
Test them on a piece of wood and you will see they are not delivering the power and penetration needed for a humane dispatch .
 

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They are still fun to use on targets. Il rather hunt with a single dart with some stopping power.
 

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One single well place full size dart is best . The multidart lacks power to each individual dart . A novilty item .
Test them on a piece of wood and you will see they are not delivering the power and penetration needed for a humane dispatch .
Treefork, I agree, IMHO Blowgun's are pretty short range tools (under 20 yds) as accuracy is of prime importance. Although multidarts may be fun to play with, one well placed dart will do the job. Blowgun's can be incredibly effective hunting tools and was one of my favorites until I decided to lie low because of the Kalifornia ban on them. I'm working on getting a permit as we speak :)
 
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