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what is the best type of arrow head to use for deer hunting??

Question by expertgoose. Uploaded on September 10, 2009

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from Kentucky Hunter wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

its all in op but i like fixed blade muzzys 100 grian

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from Hunt_Hard wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

I like fixed blade broadheads. I personally use 100 grain G5 Montec.

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from RobinHood wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

I prefer fixed blade broadheads 100 grain. Be sure to practice with the broadheads and not just field points to ensure that they are both grouping with your pins.

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from libertyfirst wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

I too prefer the fixed blade heads. I've used Thunderheads most of the time and find no fault with them.

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from Cgull wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

I rely on G5 montecs and thunderheads, I have used spitfires with out any problems in the past. I retired my spitfires for whitetils because I dont want to take a chance on a boone and crockett with a mechanical that may fail, it's not worth the chance.

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from Beekeeper wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

I love the fixed blade muzzy. 100 grain for crossbow and 125 for verticle bows.

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from micropterus wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

Hand made obsidian arrow heads would be interesting.

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from dplummer wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

I vote with micropterus... that would be interesting!

But if you like mechanicals- I use the RAGE 3 blade mechanicals. The coolest thing about them besides rear deployments, larger entry wounds, and deeper penetration, is that with every package you get a blue practice broadhead. This is nice because you aren't dulling blades as you shoot your broadheads in. It looks the same and flies the same but does not deploy on impact. Just sticks in like a field tip.

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from dplummer wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

PS even though it looks snazzy! Do not use the blue one to hunt with!

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from Cgull wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

I know a cherokee in tahlequah oklahoma who stoped using steel broadheads and only uses his own. He's a great flitknaper and makes a fine grade arrow heads and knifes. I've been watching and learning his technique, i can wack out a basic but still ahve a long way to matching his technique.

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from hunt3r wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

If you like expandables, use Rage 2 or 3 blade. If you preferre fixed blade, I think that magnus snuffers are great. There not injection molded which means you can sharpen them easily. (the edge is beveled so you can just lay 2 blades at a time on a stone, its great!!!) lifetime guarantee, i know guys who've been using the same 3 heads for years and years. They shoot them till they are so sharpened that they don't weight the same or shoot them at something hard, mail them to magnus, and get mailed 3 new broadheads...for free.
good shooting!!!

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from shane mcelroy wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

fixed blade, i use wasp bullets 85gr, works awesome!

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from rlowe357 wrote 4 years 28 weeks ago

Fixed blade, 100 grain, 3 blade muzzys

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from shane mcelroy wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

fixed blade, i use wasp bullets 85gr, works awesome!

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from Kentucky Hunter wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

its all in op but i like fixed blade muzzys 100 grian

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from Hunt_Hard wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

I like fixed blade broadheads. I personally use 100 grain G5 Montec.

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from RobinHood wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

I prefer fixed blade broadheads 100 grain. Be sure to practice with the broadheads and not just field points to ensure that they are both grouping with your pins.

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from libertyfirst wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

I too prefer the fixed blade heads. I've used Thunderheads most of the time and find no fault with them.

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from Cgull wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

I rely on G5 montecs and thunderheads, I have used spitfires with out any problems in the past. I retired my spitfires for whitetils because I dont want to take a chance on a boone and crockett with a mechanical that may fail, it's not worth the chance.

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from Beekeeper wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

I love the fixed blade muzzy. 100 grain for crossbow and 125 for verticle bows.

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from micropterus wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

Hand made obsidian arrow heads would be interesting.

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from dplummer wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

I vote with micropterus... that would be interesting!

But if you like mechanicals- I use the RAGE 3 blade mechanicals. The coolest thing about them besides rear deployments, larger entry wounds, and deeper penetration, is that with every package you get a blue practice broadhead. This is nice because you aren't dulling blades as you shoot your broadheads in. It looks the same and flies the same but does not deploy on impact. Just sticks in like a field tip.

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from dplummer wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

PS even though it looks snazzy! Do not use the blue one to hunt with!

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from Cgull wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

I know a cherokee in tahlequah oklahoma who stoped using steel broadheads and only uses his own. He's a great flitknaper and makes a fine grade arrow heads and knifes. I've been watching and learning his technique, i can wack out a basic but still ahve a long way to matching his technique.

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from hunt3r wrote 4 years 31 weeks ago

If you like expandables, use Rage 2 or 3 blade. If you preferre fixed blade, I think that magnus snuffers are great. There not injection molded which means you can sharpen them easily. (the edge is beveled so you can just lay 2 blades at a time on a stone, its great!!!) lifetime guarantee, i know guys who've been using the same 3 heads for years and years. They shoot them till they are so sharpened that they don't weight the same or shoot them at something hard, mail them to magnus, and get mailed 3 new broadheads...for free.
good shooting!!!

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from rlowe357 wrote 4 years 28 weeks ago

Fixed blade, 100 grain, 3 blade muzzys

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