Broadhead choice for 2015?

Discussion in 'Whitetail Deer Hunting' started by ShaneB22, Mar 2, 2015.

  1. Creeks

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    The New 2015 Slingblade by NAP.....things shoot like a dart, and leaves a MASSIVE cut......ON a Jug of water that is, I'm hoping the same on a beauty of a Whitetail.....
    Creeks!
     
  2. seangarchery

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    Same as last year.... dead ringer rampage 2 blade 2 inch. That thing flies just like field points, its strong, and it leaves a big hole.
     
  3. Zeus72

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    125 grain G5 Montec for me this year:rock:
     
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    100gr killzones
     
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    Gonna have to stand by my Hypodermics. If it ain't broke.......
     
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    100gr. Rocket Hammerheads!
     
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    100gr Ramacats
     
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    So just because fred bear used what was the BEST IN TECHNOLOGY at that time, you should be so closed minded to not try what is the best in technology in your day and age? I killed a few deer with muzzy 3 blades, then a few with rage, and now im shooting the killzone. Muzzy was an ok head, but you couldnt pay me to go back from the killzones.
     
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    Got 2 rage 2-blades left over from previous years, have a few grim reapers 1 3/8" and some slick trick mag 100 grains...so I'll probably use them all if I get the chance.
     
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    i have shot the new grim reaper fatel steel. perfect shots on my 3d deer targets from 10 to 30yds
     
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    Nap killzones!!
     
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    100gr QAD Exodus Full blades. They've worked great for me the last two seasons. Fly the same as my field points and they are crazy sharp!
     
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    Magnus stingers 100 gr. They are the best! tough and the fly dang good.
     
  14. Parker70

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    Same as in previous years, NAP spitfires. Never had any issues and they kill deer.
     
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    NAP Killzone Low KE or NAP Slingblade
     
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    Magnus black hornet 4 blade 125g for me
     
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    probably stick to my spitfires would like to try slick tricks or the new rednecks sometime though
     
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    sticking with my G5 T3's. been using them for the last few years now and have recovered every animal shot. Great blood trails and penetration with mostly all pastthrews on deer and hogs.
     
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    Going to be using the G5 Strikers for the second year in a row ! Last year I didnt get any of them bloody but im hoping to give them a good try this year again !

    In the past i always used the G5 T3's and never did lose a deer with them , Very good broadhead IMO!
     
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    I saw that NAP just came out with a spitfire triple x 3 blade with a 2 inch cutting diameter. I might have to give a try but if not I'll stick to my rage
     

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