Fixed blade broadheads?

Discussion in 'Bowhunting Talk' started by jr 1968, Nov 2, 2014.

  1. Cody_MidMO

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    And Montec! Knew there was another one that starts with M.
     
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    Lol


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    Just killed a doe with a muzzy works great and I know it will always work
     
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    I agree ramcats are the way to go
     
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    I like the slick trick magnums huge hole from those four sharp blades, they fly great and quiet out of the bow I really like them. I always have a couple of arrows tipped with muzzys ready to go in my quiver as well
     
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    Like anything - everyone has there own opinion. My husband and I use Hellrazors (Though he picked up some G5's this year). He has never had a deer go further than 50 yards with a correct shot with them. All I have been able to do is make my arrows look official...lol
     
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    I've had great luck with Buzzcuts.

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    Grizz Trick II's, 125 grain. They are awesome and a fair price for the head and replacement blades.
     
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    Scott/IL Die Hard Bowhunter

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    I used to use Montecs and loved them. I switched to Strikers when I went up to 125 gr. The replaceable blades seem sharper.

    Slick Tricks look pretty good also, but no experience with them.
     
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    NAP blood runners

    Edit: yes I consider them fixed
     
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    Many good selections here, many of which I've used through the years and killed with. Any of them will work when sharp, spin tested, and put in the right spot.
    Overall though, my preference in fixed blades goes to the Wasp SST Hammer, and Muzzy MX4.

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    VPA 100 gr. Vented.

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    I used Muzzy for over 10 years with good success. The last 2 seasons I have used QAD Exodus and love them.
     
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    Ramcats all the way!
     
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    I've had really good blood trails from Magnus stingers.


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    RamCats sort of of a hybrid but still a fixed..
     
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    G5 striker for me
     
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    Slick Trick Magnums.
     
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    Currently slick trick standard is what I prefer but have also had a quick kills with Montec CS and Muzzy 3 blade. Only fixed blade head I don't like is stainless steel snuffer SS because I couldn't get it sharp enough.
     

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