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Question by Zachary Varney. Uploaded on January 10, 2011
rage is what i use. muzzey is pretty good, too.
Muzzy 100 grn 3 blade are what I use
G5, Bear Razor, Magnus Buzzcut, among others.
rlowe357 is speaking my language and a +1!
The shot I taken on a doe last Thursday, would have destroyed a Rage 2" Broadhead and not have gotten the penetration I needed. Doe was at 27 yards walking away at 45 degrees up bubble. Severed the spine and dead centered the heart through the breast bone sticking out. Dropped her like a rock!
Muzzy 3 blade, 100gr
They realy are "Bad to the Bone"
muzzy 3 bladed original. bad to the bone. all you need
Rage 3 blades.... Check the picture of my 2009 buck on my profile, no explanation needed.
I've shot the Grim Reaper RazorTips 100gr. for a couple years now. I've probably shot 7 deer or so and have had all shots pass completely through. The exit wounds are pretty impressive if you ask me.
Muzzy, thunderhead,grim reaper,steel force, Rocket, wolverine,woodsmen,G5,rocky mountain,sonic,swhacker,shuttle -t,slick trick,wasp,magnus,zwickey, and Rage. They are all good heads when sharp. Just don't waste your money or time on cheap broadheads as they will fail you more times then not. Sharper the better
Have had success with Thunderheads over the years. Not about to change. Whatever head gives you confidence.
Rage and muzzys
Muzzys and Thunderheads.
Crimson Talon all the way
My motto on muzzy's "Muzzy broadheads: Leave em' standin"...I shoot expandables and my choice is Grim Reaper Razortips but any of their broadheads are good. Also look at Rage too
I've heard nothing but good things about the Rage slipcam mechanicals, both 2 and 3 blades. I've not had the courage to use mechanicals yet, but I'm getting more and more tempted.
i shoot 100 grain redhead blackouts, they do some damage
rage broadheads anything you hit ain't going far...
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