Broadheads!

Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by Jhoyt, Dec 22, 2013.

  1. Sledgehammer

    Sledgehammer Weekend Warrior

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    It's a Spitfire on steroids! The SPITFIRE EDGE has the proven Spitfire features, strength, killing power and accuracy plus more! Exclusive NAP straight/serrated blades are devastating on hide & flesh, and saw through bone like a hot knife through butter. Offset blades produce gapping exit holes and massive blood trails. Proven design and precision manufacturing deliver "out-of-the-box" field-point accuracy.
     
  2. Nick_P

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    My "old reliable" will always be spitfire edges. With that being said, i have a half dozen rage hypodermics on my arrows now, but if i ever have a doubt or issue i would never hesitate to throw on a spitifire and keep hunting
     
  3. scarps23

    scarps23 Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Have shot G5 T3's on 6 deer. Worked very well and happy with. Shoot very straight and in line with field tips.

    Bought trophy taker shuttle t lock for elk. Shot a deer with them and no elk. Fly great.

    Just picked up nap killzones and first shot with practice head was dead on. No reason I switched except hearing good things on this site about them and wanted to try something new.

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    Montecs because they work everytime and fly accurate. No moving parts means no failures! Fixed blades all the way for me
     
  5. MrFourBelow

    MrFourBelow Weekend Warrior

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    Grim Reaper 3 blades .. 100 gr... 1 1/2"
     
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    Fixed blades its a tie between Trophy Taker Shuttle T's, Slick Trick Mags, and Muzzy MX-3. Mechanical Heads between Rage Hypodermics and NAP Killzones. i really liked my German Kinetics but they are pricey and same story for the Solid Broadheads. both are really nice and if you have the coin worth a look.
     
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    either the killzone or the 2 blade rage. same concept for both, and will both open up the deer for an easy tracking job (of course, only if you put a good shot on!)
     
  8. Don't Poke the Bear

    Don't Poke the Bear Weekend Warrior

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    Slick trick mags. Nothing fancy about them, just 4 (fixed) blades that fly very well for me. I cant complain about the blood trails they leave either.
     
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    I shoot 100 grain slicks also
     
  10. Coop

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    I shot standard 100grn 3 blade Muzzy for over 10 years. Fall 2012 I tried the MX-3 and didn't care for them so I traded 6 of them for 3 QAD Exodus 100grn full blade. These are my new favorites, I love 'em. I bought a few more packs this summer so I have plenty to hunt and practice with.
     
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    I've been shooting 3-blade Muzzy's for a long time and they do the job!

    When I bought my bow package, I got a pack of 3 NAP Thunderheads with it but I've never shot them.

    I've been thinking about trying the Magnus Stinger Buzz Cuts. . . The ''lifetime warranty'' with them sounds great!:tu:
     
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    This is it!!!!!

    SCFox
     
  13. Muzzy Man

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    I have killed a lot of deer with Muzzy. I have tried a few others but like Muzzy just fine. I prefer a head that is assembled independently of the arrow. I tried a brand, I will not name where the blades are held in by the arrow itself. Not a good idea IMO. I have shot some Trophy Ridge expandables with good success. I especially like the Sidewinder, it's just large enough (1 1/2) and flies great. 5 shots, 5 hits and 5 kills with them.
     
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    Two blade rage. because
     
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    Nap Thunderhead 100 grain. Super accurate, sharp, and cheap. :bj:
     
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    This could have been a nice survey.

    I have shot the Rage and swackers for two years now.The rage were flimsy so I switched to the swackers which were much better. Under direction of my "mentor" I changed to a fixed head so there is NEVER a chance of failure like the potential that exists with mechanicals.

    I SHOULD HAVE DONE THIS LONG AGO. I switched to Slick Trick Magnum 100's. They fly like a field point, are sharp as hell, WAY more durable than expandable s I have used and drop deer fast. I now ALWAYS have a pass through which was not the case with expandables making blood trails MUCH more difficult to follow at times and resulted in lost deer on occasion.

    I am a convert, and Slick tricks are amazing.
    T
     
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    Just curious if any of the G5 stryker guys have shot the cabelas copperheads. they are made by G5 from what i have heard from the G5 guys but they dont give them as much detail i guess. i read multiple reviews saying the blades dont hold up like the Strykers, but for $23 and another $16 for replacement blades arent they worth a look?
     
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    Totally agree!
     
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    Been having good luck with 125gr. shuttle t-loks.
     
  20. Muzzy Man

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    I like the way these are assembled but have never tried them. I am betting pass through shots are the norm.
     

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