Which broadhead are you shooting?

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  1. joshcalhoun18

    joshcalhoun18 Weekend Warrior

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    Which broadhead are you shooting this upcoming season or which broadhead have you been shooting? I'm going to try the Magnus black hornet this year.
     
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    Going to try the Stinger Buzzcuts.
     
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    I have been shooting wasp z-force broadheads but i am interested in the new spitfire doublecross
     
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    Black hornets work very well !
     
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    im going to try thr rage broadheads this season.
     
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    Original Rage 2 blade expandables 100 grain.
     
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    I have a quantity of 3 different BH's that I use as the mood strikes......Shuttle-T, Magnus Stingers/Buzzkuts, and NAP Hellrazors. Each of them can be hand sharpened and resharpened, plus they fly true and have repeatedly proven to put game on the ground. The past year and a half I have shot Shuttle-T's almost exclusively and they have done a very commendable job. The only mechanicals I shoot are Slick Trick Nukes for turkey hunting.....not big game.
     
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    Muzzy 100s
     
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    I've been shooting Thunderheads since 2004. Bought a Diamond bow last April and couldn't tune them at all. Bought a pack of Rage and was able to get a bit closer but never got withing shooting range of a deer last season. Bought an HTR in March and the Thunderheads tuned perfectly with my FPs without playing with them at all.

    I really don't know how the Rages would've performed, but I know THs do. My buddy bought a pack of THs to try and went with another fixed. He knew someone wanting Rages so I gave him my Rages for his THs and he traded the Rages to another guy for the kind he likes. LOL!
     
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    QAD Exodus 100 grain Swept. :tu:
     
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    Still undecided. Right now leaning towards Xecutioner.
     
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    Exodus for me.
     
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    Wac'em. Also tried a Phathead and DRT. All three fly well. I think any good broadhead will fly well if the bow is tuned. Wac'em is my go to broadhead.
     
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    German Kinetics.
     
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    Exodus the last three years. Switching to a cut on contact this year but have not narrowed it down to which one yet.
     
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    I shoot bloodrunner II. Complete pass through with big bloodtrail Only 7 yrd shot lol. fly right with my field points.
     
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    Rage 125 grain hypodermic on the end of a CX Piledriver total weight 475 grains, bone does not concern me.
     
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    Waiting on the new NAP SpitFire DoubleCross too!
     
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    NAP 100 grain Thunderhead....simple and deadly I love them. They've been around forever and still are one of the top broadheads on the market
     
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    NAP Spitfire
     

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