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    We called them paunch cutters back in the day because the only way you could kill a deer with them would be to shoot it in the gut and come back the next day and hope you find it. Muzzys are pretty much the gold standard in fixed broadhead in my opinion.
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    Default OK, I'll be that Guy.

    I hate Muzzy's.

    They fly good, but lack on the blood trail. The cutting diameter is small compaired to a lot of other heads.

    If you make a great shot everytime then no problems, but if the wind gets a hold and you put it a little far back or high you can run into tracking problems.

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    but if the wind gets a hold
    OH NO! Did you really have to put that in there!
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    Quote Originally Posted by dbdcougar View Post
    OH NO! Did you really have to put that in there!

    Kinda like sayin Beetle Juice three times in a row.....

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    I've been using Easton Epics and Axis 400's with 100gr. Muzzys for a couple of years now. I haven't shot a deer in a couple of years , but I suspect they will work just fine when I do connect.
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    I use axis 400's with 100 gn muzzy 4 blades....cant wait to connect with them this yr...the muzzy is flyin like a champ!!!
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