Broadhead Poll: What Do You Shoot?

Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by Justin, Oct 7, 2016.

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What Type Of Broadhead Do You Shoot?

  1. Correct Opening Mechanical (Killzone, Rage)

    227 vote(s)
    39.3%
  2. Over The Top Mechanical (Spitifre, Grim Reaper)

    89 vote(s)
    15.4%
  3. Standard Fixed Blade (Muzzy, Thunderhead, Montec)

    179 vote(s)
    31.0%
  4. Micro Fixed Blade (Ramcat, Slick Trick)

    83 vote(s)
    14.4%
  1. catman529

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    Rage Chisel Tip 3 Blade
     
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    RatherBArchery Newb

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    NAP Slingblade for me and the boy just started using Rocky Mountain Warheads.....
     
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    parkersdad Weekend Warrior

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    Revised I shoot Spitfires and grim reaper 13/8 razortips


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    I live and die by the Montec G5s. They fly very close enough to my field tips out to 50 yards, I don't have to make any adjustments, they are sharp from the factory and I love that they are a solid one piece fixed broadhead. I'm still not sold on mechanicals, even though I know a lot of people like their cutting diameters, but until the G5s fail, I will keep shooting them.

    It's not about the broad head, it's about the shot placement.
     
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    Lete'mwalk Newb

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    Shwackers since 2007


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  8. archbunk

    archbunk Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Shooting grave digger hybrids this year. Did a nice job on the 9 pt I shot


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    R22 Weekend Warrior

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    Ramcat Diamondback 100 grain. Dead deer within 70 yards. Washed the broadhead and it looks like it just came out of the package. Very sharp, very straight.

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    Slugger Grizzled Veteran

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    My NAP hellrazors have never done me wrong. Deer after deer I sharpen and reuse. Great durable broadhead.
     
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    Muzzy Trocar for Elk, Swacker for Whitetails and Turkeys.
     
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    When I had to put the bow away a number of years ago mechanicals were just hitting the market and I believe their were more cons then pros then so when I went to the CB and buying equipment I figured I would try the mechanical and settled on the Rage X Treme 100's. I did have concerns about the shock collars but they worked as advertised and an awesome blood trail to follow, very satisfied with the performance
     
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    I have switched back to slick trick.


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    I was a big Shwacker fan over the years, switch the Afflictor broadheads two years back, and don't see myself switching. I love these heads, and excited to try the new fixed blade they have.
     
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    Wac'em 100gr 4 blades.
     
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    GMCmedic Weekend Warrior

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    I cant see the poll on tapatalk but 100gr G5 Havoc

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    I use the Exodus and spitfires
     
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    Killzone max


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    Muzzy, thinking about switching it up this year, not sure what I'll use yet.
     

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