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  1. #81
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    100 gr. Magnus Stinger Buzzcuts. Lots of good broadheads out there these days. I just have not found a reason to switch.

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    SLICK TRICKS!!!

    Right now I have the Grizz Tricks loaded on one setup............................

    and the 100 grain standards loaded on another

    Dan
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    Still using Muzzy 4 blade 100 grain. However, there are some great looking fixed broadheads out there. Javi showed me his G5's yesterday and they look like they will lay the smack down on anything they hit.
    Hoyt Protec, Trophy Taker Shakey Hunter, Copper John Dead Nuts Pro, Scott Rhino, Beman ICS Hunter, Muzzy 4 Blade

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    I shot a doe this year with an NAP Spitfire 100gr. She dropped in her tracks and there was no tracking.
    I decided to try the NAP Nightmare for the rest of the season. I just like the idea of fixed blades that stay in place if the broadhead comes unscrewed.
    Crackerized '09 Rytera Alien-X, Easton ACC 3-49's, Sword Twilight Hunter, NAP Hellrazer 100gr
    Martin/Rytera Archery Pro Staff;Sword Acu-Site Shooting Staff
    Mossy Oak Pro Staff; Paradigm Archery Staff; Vapor Trail Pro Staff

  5. #85
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    have used nap spitfire 100 gr. for several years with good results. great flight, accuracy, and pass-throughs up to 43 yards with 394 gr. at 285/sec. Only problem was occasional damage.Used trophy ridge 100 gr. undertakers on large muley at 33 yds this year and was amazed at the large entry and exit wound. Am impressed enough to switch. blew right through ribs on both sides and was no damage to head.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    I turkey hunt with those. They work well
    DB
    Wish they still made them. Only have a few sets left.
    09 Hoyt Alphamax 65 lbs 29 dl Scott Mongoose
    Easton Axis w/ Blazers & Rage 2 Blade
    08 Reflex Growler 62 lbs 29 dl
    Old Golden Eagle Formula 3D 70 lbs w/od
    Razorback 5's

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