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. TheFitHunter

    TheFitHunter Weekend Warrior

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    Switched to NAP spitfire doublecross, 2 for 2 this year so far.
     
  2. Dalton

    Dalton Weekend Warrior

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    I had always shot NAP Spitfire Maxx. Last year I tried NAP Killzone Max, but they had considerably less penetration. This year I went to NAP Spitfire XXX

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  3. TJ McKenzie

    TJ McKenzie Weekend Warrior

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    Xoutdoors Weekend Warrior

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    NAP Thunderhead nitro. Killed a Coyote and a mature whitetail last fall
     
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    Tony Legendary Woodsman

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    Arkansasbowhunter Newb

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    On my compound I shoot muzzy fixed blades but on my crossbow I shoot cabelas branded mechanicals
     
  7. AlaskaX

    AlaskaX Newb

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    I've done good on moose with the NAP 125gr Thunderheads....or the Magnus 125gr Buzzcuts
     
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    Joseph Penny Newb

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    I shoot a large cut 2 blade. Never really trusted a mechanical broadheads and the big 2 blades fly great from my setup and blow right through .
     
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    Where's Bruce? Weekend Warrior

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    2 blade Buzzcuts for trad, Exodus swept heads for CB.
     
  10. Oldcarp

    Oldcarp Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Magnus Black Hornets here at home for Elk and Mule Deer.
    Swhacker for Whitetail in Kansas
     
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    MtnOak Newb

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    Thunderheads since 1990........but considering a mechanical for 2019 season.
     
  12. vermontwhitetail

    vermontwhitetail Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Getbig23 Newb

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    RamCATs
     
  14. Justin Goins

    Justin Goins Weekend Warrior

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    I'm trying the new Zeus Broadheads. Before them I've always shot G5 Montecs and Blood Therapy OCD Broadheads
     
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    Dawn Assassin Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I shot grim reaper and the original rage for years but strictly shoot Rage. I love the new hypodermic
     
  16. Heritage

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    Swhackers. I've bounced around with rage, killzone, deadmeats, and am back to the swhackers. All were adaquate.
     
  17. Mlavigne78

    Mlavigne78 Weekend Warrior

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    I like original Muzzy and Magnus Stingers


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    parkersdad Weekend Warrior

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    What makes you like this swhackers better? I have three packs of them and have never shot an animal with them. I’m seriously thinking about giving them a try this year


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    I started using them because they are very low profile in flight, and really do fly like a field point. I had to re-sight for all the other heads. I've taken several deer with them, maybe around ten or so. Blood trails aren't awesome, but I saw almost all of them go down. On one occasion, I'm not proud to say, I flinched right at release, and straight up gut shot a doe. Much to my surprise I saw her go down. Granted, she had not expired, but with a hole that big they don't like going far. Her intestines were litteraly falling out . She expired soon after and wasn't 100 yards from the stand. Replacement blades are cheap and easy to install. Last I checked a three pack was $25 or so. Half the price of other heads . No quiver opening issues either.
     
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    Racks&Ridges Weekend Warrior

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    Muzzy 3 blade 100grain, have shot the 4 blade too!
     

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