what broadhead?

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what do you recommend

g5 Montecs?
8
14%
Magnus snuffer ss?
2
4%
Muzzy 3 blade?
14
25%
Muzzy 4 blade?
5
9%
other?
28
49%
 
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Re: what broadhead?

Postby dsm16428 » Fri Oct 05, 2012 6:24 pm

Slick Tricks or NAP Spitfire Pro's. Either one tunes very easilly and flies true. The Slick Tricks just seem to cut bigger than they look though...wicked little broadheads! :bow:
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Re: what broadhead?

Postby TheyCallMeTheBandit » Mon Oct 08, 2012 8:26 pm

Trophy ridge has continued to impress me with their line of rocket broad heads. The Meat seekers and the hammerheads are my particular favorites.
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Re: what broadhead?

Postby b_walte15 » Wed Jan 02, 2013 12:33 am

As others have said Slick Tricks are great. They fly just like field tips and are very sharp
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Re: what broadhead?

Postby TCH » Tue Feb 19, 2013 6:38 pm

Anybody tried swhackers? I got some last year but have not taken anything with them yet. Grim reaper is another one that seems to have good reviews and legit videos that was not mentioned. Plenty of options out there to choose from, that's for sure.
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Re: what broadhead?

Postby SAHunter1983 » Tue Feb 19, 2013 7:10 pm

I second the slick trick Magnums for an awesome super sharp fixed blade. They are affordable and penetrate like Casper in the bedroom. For a biga$$ cut and lots of damage try using the Rage 2.3 xtreme...

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Re: what broadhead?

Postby muskyduck » Thu Feb 21, 2013 2:22 am

I forgot to post this up earlier this year....
As I posted previously, I bought the new NAP Killzone to try this year. Talk about painting the woods! Hear is a pic from the doe I shot. This was the entrance hole. The role of tape next to for comparison was about the size of tuna can. And I'd put the sharpness and durability of any NAP product against all competitors (can't say the same for Rage from my experience). Have nothing bad to say about their whole product line of broadheads. :thumbsup:
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Re: what broadhead?

Postby jstewart_1981 » Mon Mar 18, 2013 5:32 am

Before I started shooting rage & grim reapors I shot 85/100 grain thunderheads. With a helical these heads shoot amazing but you will have to sight in with broadheads, not just field points. I have killed a pile of deer and other animals with these and love them. Even after shooting mechanicals I would go back to them and not care one bit. Been around for years, easy to find, tried, true and fairly inexpensive. Small cutting diameter so penetration is never a problem. When you have 2 holes, regardless the size, its going to bleed.
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Re: what broadhead?

Postby christian.noel » Thu Mar 21, 2013 3:24 pm

muskyduck wrote:I forgot to post this up earlier this year....
As I posted previously, I bought the new NAP Killzone to try this year. Talk about painting the woods! Hear is a pic from the doe I shot. This was the entrance hole. The role of tape next to for comparison was about the size of tuna can. And I'd put the sharpness and durability of any NAP product against all competitors (can't say the same for Rage from my experience). Have nothing bad to say about their whole product line of broadheads. :thumbsup:



NAP Killzone for sure..I got a PSE Stinger 3g and this broadhead does work. With some carbon express pile driver hunter arrows. Can't go wrong.
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Re: what broadhead?

Postby Bernie P. » Sat Apr 06, 2013 8:45 am

I use Magnus 2 blades and also with the bleeders.
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