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Broadhead regs for Oregon

In the last stages of preparation for a thunder chicken hunt. Want to make sure though, that I'm absolutely compliant with the 90 degree stipulation, because that's the only thing I'm not 100% sure of. I'm coming up with Griztrick 2, 1 1/4". These have a trailing edge that comes off the shaft at a 90 degree angle, and I believe I'm correct in assuming they're good to hunt with up there?

Huntr Pat

w• Broadhead blades must be fixed, unbarbedand at least 7/8” wide (except for westerngray squirrel). It is illegal to hunt with orpossess mechanical or moveable bladebroadheads when hunting game mammals,except western gray squirrel.• No device secured to or supported by abow may be used to maintain the bow atfull draw.• No electronic devices may be attachedto bow or arrow, except lighted arrownocks that have no function other than toincrease visibility of the arrow are allowed.

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