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  1. afishhunter

    afishhunter Weekend Warrior

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    Not sure if this is the correct section for my question.

    Does anyone make a good cut on contact fixed blade 2 or three blade broadhead (preferably without replaceable blades) that is 125 grains or heavier, with at least a one inch cutting diameter, for less than $10.00 per broadhead? (I'm poor.)

    I don't really care if the blades are stainless steel or carbon steel.

    Thank you in advance.
     
  2. Okiebob

    Okiebob Die Hard Bowhunter

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    If you can still find them, they've been bought out and discontinued, Carbon Express Xt4 broadheads are a fixed two blade. A pack of three should run about $35 plus shipping. I shot them for awhile, great broadhead. I've since switched over to Dirtnap D.R.T. another two blade fixed head but they run about $45 per three.
     
  3. Mod-it

    Mod-it Weekend Warrior

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    Replaceable blades, but Muzzy's are pretty cheap as far as broadheads go. I've shot several elk with them with zero issues. I hit an elk poorly several years ago in the shoulder with a 125 grain 3 blade and it managed to go through it and into one lung. Long tracking job but ended with a recovered elk. The blades were twisted up pretty good but again, it did the job. The elk I've shot broad side with them have all been pass throughs.
    I also resharpen the blades once before replacing them.
     
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    trial153 Grizzled Veteran

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    VPA, might be a little over your price but close too it...
     
  5. NebMo Hunter

    NebMo Hunter Weekend Warrior

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    magnus, lifetime warranty

    if you ding a blade up contact them and they'll give you a new head for free.
    ive taken them up on that, missed deer and barried head into a tree new head in mail short time later
     
  6. Kyle Rayburn

    Kyle Rayburn Weekend Warrior

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    Second Magnus. They sent me a whole new pack no questions asked. Also use g5 montec and just resharpen them..

    Sent from my LML212VL using Bowhunting.com Forums mobile app
     
  7. slickbilly-d

    slickbilly-d Die Hard Bowhunter

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    X3 on Magnus. I shot a coyote with a black hornet and it hit a rock on the other side. I emailed them a pic and they sent me new one. Their customer service is pretty solid
     
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    X4 on Magnus. I use the Stinger. They fly straight easy to sharpen and get the job done. I use two blade with the bleeder 36.99 for 3. Don't know what the two blade without the bleeder costs; but I think worth the money.
     

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