Muzzy Broadheads

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  1. bowtech life

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    i have had tremendous luck with them and i really would like some thoughts cause i wanna try something new. any thoughts?
     
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    tynimiller Legendary Woodsman

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    Keep using them. /thread
     
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    are they your choice broadheads
     
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    tynimiller Legendary Woodsman

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    Nope but they work just as well as any other hard nosed fixed blade broadhead. Don't listen to hype or market ploys. If it works for ya, stick with it.
     
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    ok cause i just need new ones cause those have been beat to hell so before i went out and bought them i wanted to take a look at some thoughts on different types and the luck people have had with them
     
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    Totally agree with tyni on this. If you've had great success with them no need to switch. I shoot muzzys and don't plan on switching anytime soon. :)
     
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    If you have had good luck with them, I'd say keep using them. If you are just wanting something different, I'd look at the Slick Trick line of broadheads. I use the Slick Trick Magnums, and I have had zero problems with them. Really, its just personal preference, they all will kill deer.
     
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    Bottom line every broadhead has a following, some realistic followers others ridiculous-idiotic-mis-guided followers. Every broadhead will have success stories and failed stories...every broadhead has killed, is killing and will kill in the future. The broadhead is connected to an arrow which is placed on a bow which is all operated and fired by THE HUNTER.
     
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    well said i totally understand
     
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    I have used the 100 gr mx-3 and loved them. The only fixed blade heads I prefer is muzzy mx-3 and the nap Thunderhead.
     
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    the only other head ive tried are rages and i never will again
     
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    Muzzy Slick Trick G5 Strikers all good solid heads I have had great luck with.

    If it aint broke dont fix it :D
     
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    Great Broadhead .Stick with them.
     
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    I've had great luck with Rage though. There a little flimsy made though.
     
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    ya my blades always bend, and fail
     
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    Stick with what works! :)
     
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    I use the chisel tips and they open up good and didn't break. They just seem flimsy on the blades.
     
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    Ive just bought some G5 striker 100g..how are the blood trails and what kind of damage do they do?
     
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    There are so many new Broadheads these days, But I have shot Muzzy's for like 12 years, and I really do not think I would ever change. They have never failed me, And I have taken many Deer with them, I have no Problem with them shooting like a Feild point, Just make sure your Bow is Tuned. Stay with the Muzzy.
     
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    i used the two blade expanables and they always fail to open for me
     

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