Fixed Broadheads

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  1. Ken6

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    In your opinion, what is the best fixed broadhead? What are the different kinds? What about Slick Tricks and Killzones? I am only familiar with Muzzy's. I like them or is there other brands I should consider?
     
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    I found that the Slick Trick standards fligh exactly like my field points as far as fix blade goes i have had great sucsess with them...
     
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    IMO if u like the muzzys ur shooting stick with them. They are great broadheads. I shoot muzzy mx3 and am very pleased. Its basically personal preference. U just need to find which ones u like and are most confident with.
     
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    You cannot beat Magnus Stingers....they fly amazing ....I will be buying them again
     
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    Im pretty sure your going to get 100 different answers on here. Its a lot of personal preference. I personally shoot Slick Tricks myself, but they don't fly like my field points. I am sighted in just for my broadheads right now.
     
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    They can....
     
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    I am very happy with G5 strikers 125 gr.
     
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    I bought those last year...gonna shoot my big doe with one ...so sharp!
     
  9. Christine

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    There isn't a 'Best'.

    I shoot 3 blade muzzys because they're tough, reliable, fly straight, are inexpensive and easy to find at most stores.
     
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    See, I personally don't think they are that tough. I had a few break on me before the season started last year so thats why I got the Slick Tricks. Again, its all personal preference.
     
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    But mine don't and I have tried and tried to get my bow tuned for them but I haven't been successful.
     
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    I'm shooting G5 Montec's and they seem to shoot fine compared to my field tips.
     
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    Wasp 3 blade Boss SST. They are as accurate as the archer shooting them and tough as nails.
     
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    I don't shoot fixed but I don't recall every hearing of one that was horrible. Everyone has their own preference.

    Oh almost forgor, you can't go wrong with anything made by NAP.:whip:
     
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    MUZZY 3 Blade
     
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    Trophy Taker Shuttle T's they are awesome and tough thats all I will ever shoot
     
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    Bad to the bone is what u want, mx3.
     
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    Slick Trick Magnums
     
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    I use Trophy Taker Shuttle T Locked, this is the toughest broadhead IMO that i have come across. Always had a pass through! I use a 125 grain tip. I highly recommend them.
     

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