Of the different Muzzy heads out, which one do you prefer and why? I really like the look and style of Muzzy. I did shoot the MX3, MX4 and regular 100 3 blade two years ago but could not get them to group past 30 yds. I shoot out to 60 yds and my bow was is in perfect tune.
I am going to try them again and see what happens but just curious which one(s) you use and why?
There is just something about them that catches my eye and I really want to use them but I couldn't get them to shoot too good They would "plane" really bad for some reason. I know Muzzy's pack a PUNCH and that's what I like!!
I shoot the old 3 blade 125 grain. They fly great for me and as with most any broadhead, if I put them in the right place they kill the deer. I also really like the price
I have tried several other broadheads in the past few years (none of the real expensive ones) and I just keep coming back to Muzzy. I really liked the Magnus stingers also, but I would rather have replaceable blades.
I probably will try the slick tricks someday now that I understand the new ones might be legal in OK.
I have been using 3 blad 100gr. for years. I tried teh MX3's last year and had success with them, but they deflected in two of the three deer i killed. With my 3blade 100gr. i use a rubber washer to alighn my blades to the vanes. I have great arrow flight all the way out to 50, but i don't shoot that far at deer.
My dad has shot muzzy's for probably longer than I have been alive, and I have shot them most of the 7 or 8 years I have been shooting. I tried a few others, but always end up back with muzzy's and for now I dont have much of a reason to try anything else. They have always shot very well for me, usually I dont have to adjust going from field points to them (100gr 3blade). They have always done a great job on deer also. Even when I was younger shooting a shorter dl and lower poundage I was still getting passthroughs with a nice hole left behind.
You can't go wrong with Muzzys! I have always had great luck getting them to group. Grouping out at the longer distances too. Now getting them to group with field points, not always for me. But how I have set up hunting bows before I never worried about having them hit with field pts. I just wanted great groups with broadheads. And that I always got! Plus, they are $30 for 6!
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