Magnus Stinger vs. Stinger Killer Bee

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  1. jonderrs7

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    I tried to compare the two on their website, but what is the difference?
     
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    Stingers are a vented head, Killer Bees are a solid. You’ll look hard for a better head than a Stinger and you will never find better customer service than Magnus. Mike top notch.
     
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    any advantages having solid vs vented head? I notice the Stinger has a touch larger cutting surface vs the Stinger Killer Bee.
     
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    I can't attest to these specific Magnus models, but in my experience vented heads tend to be significantly noisier in flight than solid bladed heads with similar profiles.

    I have shot the Magnus Black Hornets and they are really loud in flight.
     
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    I've heard that about vented heads, too. I might have to give the solid heads a shot. hell, maybe both.
     
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    Magnus stingers are a great broadheads. You can’t beat the quality or lifetime warranty from Magnus. Iv used them on my recurve setup for years with outstanding results.
     

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