Which broadhead are you shooting?

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  1. Sirwill

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    100gr. sharp fixed blade always...
     
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    QAD Exodus Swept 100 gr.
     
  3. Swampwise

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    Magnus stinger 125 2 blade this time of year.
     
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    Guy at our pro shop the other day showed me the new G5 Deadmeats, they look pretty nice. I still have Hypodermics from last year so I will probably stick with those. But If was in the market I'd take a hard look at buying those. I usually wait until someone has a deal or special or even gift card. $50 for 3 broadheads is up there. But just something to consider.
     
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    I'm seeing that a lot of guys are shooting the rage. I shoot the Killzone and love their performance. With NAP sponsoring this site why do so many choose the rage? This is only a question I'm not attacking anyone. I'm just wondering if the rage has benefits the Killzone does not


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  6. mississippi hoyt shooter

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    The hyperdermic is a much improved retention system and a steel ferrule I personally shoot the 1.5 inch and with that swept back blade angle will out penetrate any model killzone, but I have killed deer with them and they work and I'm sure shot placement has something to do with it but I just get absolutely CRIME SCENE BLOOD TRAILS even with the 1.5 inch cut they are awesome.


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    Only because of the smaller size probably. If the killzone made a inch and a half and I thought they do, I bet the penetration would be about the same


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    Yea I've shot the 2 inch and hated that spring clip system but I killed with it.


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    I've been using the Toxic by Flying Arrow Archery for the past 3 years. Complete pass through every deer with decent blood trails. Every deer went down around 50 yards, with one taking 3 steps 2 leaps and bedding down.
     
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    100 grain fixed blades, not a stickler on brand. I just don't want expensive mechanicals screwing up on me.
     
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    100 grain Slick Trick standard. Groups with field points out to 50 yards. Can't be happier. Let's see how they do in November? Or should I say how I do in November.


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    I just checked these out online. Can't really beat that price and glad to know you've seen good results!
     
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    My brother in law recommends them. He has used them for the last 3-4 seasons. Bow hunter all his life in SW Pa.


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    I bought them on eBay $29.99 four pack no shipping.


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    100g rage hyperdermic
     
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    Just got my vpa 2 blade 125grains in the mail.
     
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    I broadhead tuned my bow yesterday. Went out with two field tips, one slick trick standard and one wasp jak-knife mechanical.

    The slick trick actually tuned and to the field tips before the the mechanical head did. I was shooting at 40 yards.

    I ended up needing to refletch two arrows thanks to the tricks slicing vanes off.

    I'm pretty sure I've said it before but I'll say it again, the Slick Tricks will be on my arrows again this year.


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    I shoot swhacker 100 grain and they have never let me down. I love Rage's blood trails but every deer I've shot with a Rage the blades get all tore up.


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    Slick Trick 100 grain ViperTrick. Went through last years buck so slick, he didn't even know he was hit. Walked off 10 yards and fell over.
     

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