Which broadhead are you shooting?

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  1. mississippi hoyt shooter

    mississippi hoyt shooter Weekend Warrior

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    ybohunt Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Slick Trick standards.
     
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    I have shot exodus on a couple different bow setups and have not had to make a single adjustment on my bow for tuning yet. I tune out to 60 yards with my broad heads and they group right along with my field points every time.
     
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    Rage 2 blade chisel tip
     
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    Before I went with the Dead Ringer Rampage hybrid heads I tried the two blade Rage. I don't know if it was me or the broadhead but I had a very tough time keeping the blades in the locked position. I even had one open up in my quiver while practicing. I read where other people had similar issues so I don't feel so stupid. Most people that I talked to that shoot the Rage loved them but I went with the Dead Ringer instead and so far they have performed very well and they are idiot proof for archers like me.
     
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    125gr rage extremes and swhackers
     
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    Ive had great luck with my Grim Reapers I bought some QAD Exxodus last year, and they flew very well for me. I shot a doe with the exxodus and was very impressed with the damage it did!
     
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    I am using Grimm Reaper Whitetail Special 2"cut. I like the chisel cut tip. Good broadhead but it's a pain finding replacement parts for them without ordering them through the internet.
     
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    100 grain Rage Hypodermics. I like these a lot better than the originals. Seem to keep contained until impact much better with less accidental deployment. Also made stronger, more durable. Flys great and comes with a practice head. Leaves an enormous hole (2"+). Shot a doe last season at about 10 yards, complete passthrough, and she spewed blood everywhere. Only made it about 35 yards before piling up.
     
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    A sharp pointy one I plane on placing in both lungs....bet it works wonders :evilgrin:
     
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    mississippi hoyt shooter Weekend Warrior

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    The old rages with the o rings aren't as good at containing as the new ones with the shock collar
     
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    Muzzy 3 blade 100 grain for....well, ever.
    Always had good luck with em. Kinda afraid to switch it up even though I know there are so many options these days.
     
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    Josh/OH Die Hard Bowhunter

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    Rage 3 blade. Six years, lots of deer, not a single disappointment.


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    I'm gonna shoot KillZone's with KillZone Maxx blades installed in them for the bigger cut.
     
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    The last 3 years have been the Magnus Stinger 4 blade for me. I am sticking with them.
     
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    Muzzy MX-3
     
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    I'm shooting the RAGE Chisel Tip.
     
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    I have used rage 2 blade ever since I stared bow hunting. I have had NO issues with them, they have opened every time on impact. since they switched to the shock collar I haven't had an issue with them opening in my quiver. Blood trails from a 2" gap are, well a bit ridicules. this season I have made a switch to a fixed blade, a G5 montec. this switch is for no particular reason except I wanted a change. try something different! cant wait! good luck out there this year!
     
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    Rage 100 grain 2 blade expandables
     
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