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Discussion in 'General Archery Forum' started by Leggro, Aug 15, 2007.
Just wanted to get some opinions about diffrent brands/styles. Thanks
MUZZY MX4......:usa: :usa: :usa: :usa:
I use the 100gr 3-blade.I've used them now for the past 3 seasons and they've never failed.
Slick Trick 100 grain Magnums:
200 pound Ohio Whitetail Doe
Muzzy 100gr 3 blade...
still love the montec, 100s, fly really true and mine are very quiet......
Muzzy 125 3-Blade.:rockon:
I like Wasp fixed blades and Rocket mechanicals. I still want to try the Slick Tricks, just haven't taken the time.
the best broadheads are made by NAP. fly great. tough as nails, best sharpening job. Iknow where there is a steel pipe gate with a TH 125 imbedded in the bottom pipe, could not get it out so just unscrewed the shaft.
I'm going with the Magnus stinger 4 blade this year. I'll let ya know how they perform:biggrin1:
NAP Spitfire 100gr
been shooting the montec G5 the past few years and they work like a champ... 180 pound buck with an 85 grain and he went 30 yards and went to sleep
Theirs alot of good heads nowdays, the best one is a sharp one.
Slick trick 100g Magnums
For the most part almost any of the more popular ones should fill the bill. How well they work is going to depend on how much attention to detail you use installing them and tuning them to shoot out of your bow.
I still shoot my four year old (ancient) InnerLoc's. They're similar to Muzzy, but made to tighter tolerances----and they were free.
I pay more attention to blade retention; how the blades are locked to the ferrule. I've seen too many blades get left in an animal when bone is hit. The blades gotta stay attached to the ferrule. I don't like gutting an animal with a blade waiting for my hand inside.
Much as I hate to say it there hasn't been much going on the last ten years worth raving about, with the possible exception of the short bladed heads and steel ferrules for strength. Mechanicals just don't do it for me.
I just got some Slick Tricks, hoping to see a pic like that this year.:rockon: