Favorite broadhead?

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  1. badgerboi21

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    G5 montecs or Montecs CS.
     
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    I shoot Stinger Buzzcuts because I like the simplicity of a fixed blade. Plus, they have lifetime warranties on them incase of bending or breaking after shot. I just sharpen mine back up and put it back in the quiver. I keep a Montec in my quiver for 'Yotes, though.
     
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    I like G5 tekans
     
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    have shot many broadheads over the years and the ones I've come to trust and rely on most are g5 stickers they are very true in flight and offer both a standard version as well as a magnum my hunting partner shot the magnums this year and both of us had no deer make it out of sight of our stands before hitting the ground good luck and stay with fixed blade less moving parts is better and no loss of energy to open blades upon impact
     
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    Rage 2 blade.. no doubt
     
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    Just bought the Muzzy three blade with the 1 3/16 cutting dia.
     
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    My all-time favorite broadhead is without question the NAP Nitron. I love that little guy.

    My next favorite broadhead is whichever one zips through the next buck that goes on my wall.
     
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    What are you using this year? I'm stuck between the G5 Havoc or the NAP KillZone and possibly the Rage Hypodermic, Muzzy Trocar and the Solid S30V.
     
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    Just ordered some Hunor Neos.
    If they fly decent, they will prob be my new fave.
     
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    Mechanical's...I love Swhackers. Fixed blade...Magnus Stinger 4 blade.
     
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    NAP Killzones for me.
     
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    I shoot the Wasp Jak Hammers, have never had a problem.
     
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    For years I've used either the Zwickey 2 blades or the Magnus stinger buzz cuts. With the new compound, I bought some various heads to try...I got Muzzy MX-3,Slick trick grizz tricks and I wanted to try some mechs, so I got some Swhackers. I'm thinking I'm gonna like the slick tricks best of all.
     
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    I use Grim Reaper White tail specials
     
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    slickticks, i shoot grizztrick 2 but im sure they are all as deadly, by brother after shooting grim reapers for 3 years is now switching to my broadheads after constantly seeing the holes they put in deer, ive killed 6 deer with these broadheads over 3 seasons, and i still use the same ones, they dont break or get damaged and ive had spine shots, shoulder shots, and heart shots, anywhere they hit, they do crazy amounts of damage and give sick blood trails.
     

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