View Full Version : Your favorite broadheads??

03-04-2009, 08:31 PM
I use 100 grain muzzys, they seem to get all the penatration that i want. My target is getting used up latly, but i snt one of those muzzys rite threw the target and stuck in a log behind the deer! Is anyone a fan of muzzy, or what are the others that are hard to beat??

03-04-2009, 08:36 PM
Ever hear of InnerLoc. They are similar in construction to Muzzy. Blades lock in the same way. It's what I use simply because the were free back in 2003 and they work and tune easy. I see no need to waste money on broadheads for the half dozen shots I make with them in a year, but if I had to change I'd probably go with Muzzy or Slick Tricks.

03-04-2009, 10:02 PM
Muzzy's(100, three bland)
Slicktricks(100 mags)

They all work great.... but will probably stay with Muzzy's, they are cheaper & come in a six pack....


03-05-2009, 12:37 AM
"When you pay too much, you loose a little money, that is all. When you pay too little, you sometimes loose everything because the thing you bought is incapable of doing the thing you bought it to do. The common law of business balance prohibits paying a little and getting a lot... It can't be done."

German Kinetics SilverFlame 150gr and SilverFlame XL 150gr

No tuning necessary as they fly exactly as any field tip. They are sharper than anything i have ever seen. And they are a high quality product.

03-05-2009, 08:55 AM
Montalaar, they look awsome, but are quite rare and expensive.I've seen a video of elephant kill with them-pretty disgusting for me, but a keen hunter will appreciate it. ;)

03-05-2009, 09:32 AM
What Simon said:

German kinetics have the best designed and constructed broadheads out there bar none. No competition.

If all you will be sticking is a deer or other NA game, most BH's will work. It comes down to what will fly the best.

Muzzys are a great head; don't get me wrong. But, they require very careful arrow assembly and spine tuning to fly them right. Big vanes also help, butthe drag generated will widen your groups 40+ yds.

Slick tricks are what I shoot now. They fly well, and have aenough cutting surface to ethically bring down any animal if I shoot well enough.


03-05-2009, 09:37 AM
I love the 125 grin muzzy for everything.

03-05-2009, 11:35 AM
I used to shoot the Shuttle T Tight point, until I couldn't find two deers in a row due to lack of blood trail. Perfect broadside shots within 20yrds and blood for 40-50yrds and then nothing. A friend of mine told me about the Tricks and I gave it a chance. I bought the 100gr SLICKS.The last deer I shot last year was a small doe and I made a 55 yd shot on her with a complete pass trough and she didn't ran more than 40 yards. I like the fact that these SLICK TRICKS have four ( .035" thick) blades and they not only cut on contact, but they just drill holes plus they fly true,.... at least up to 55yrds!! LOL!!

Here's the pic of the damage done by the SLICK TRICK. Looks like a hole made by a 12 gauge slug, but it's not! :


03-05-2009, 12:11 PM
I have had excellent luck the past 3 yrs with the Rockie Mtn Turbo 100 gr. I think last yr they changed the name to "Blitz" . Very good Bh and flys excellent never had problems with tunning or planeing.


03-06-2009, 11:24 AM
Switched to Magnus Stingers and Buzzcuts last year and they fly fantastic,and they consistantly hit with my fps,that plus you cant beat the replacement warrantee..

03-06-2009, 12:23 PM
I use to use muzzy's, never could get them to fly straight, or accurately, went to rocky mountain, loved them, they flew great, hit hard, and never had to sharpen them, but recently a buddy of mine told me to try the slick tricks, and these are the BEST out there, big holes, accurate as a field point, and sharp..

03-08-2009, 07:34 PM
muzzy 100 gr. is my preferance but i use to shoot nap split fire made HUGE hole but the clean up of the blade channel and replacement of blades wasnt worth it.

03-09-2009, 02:34 AM
If anyone here thought that Silverflames made no big holes you might try the new XL Versions.

I know that they are not that cheap like many of the other products but they work. I own them myself and have used only for practice on 3D and they are as sharp as always. Just great.

03-14-2009, 08:22 PM
Switched to Magnus Stingers and Buzzcuts last year and they fly fantastic,and they consistantly hit with my fps,that plus you cant beat the replacement warrantee..

can these be used on a 350 fps bow with light arrows and 2" blazers without planing??? Not that i have anywhere near that kind of speed........i figure if they would take that much horse-power and not plane i would switch from muzzy's.:D:D

03-16-2009, 05:46 PM
So I take it no one likes expandables...? I tried expandables last year with some doubts but after what id heard about the 2 blade rages I had to give em a try and il tell you what... 10xd a doe at 42yds she went 45 yds I, recovered her after dark and I followed a 4 foot wide blood trail thru the mountain laurel to her. They get every bit of the advertised 2.5' entrance hole split 2 ribs on enterance and exit with complete pass thru. When my arrow smacked her sounded like a dang truck smacked into her... never got that sound with my 3 blade muzzys. And as for replacement of blades it takes all of 5 min. And you cant beat getting a free practice broadhead and yes I was skeptical bout whether it flies the same as the regular broadheads... yes it does. This year theres no doubt what il be using.

Rage 2 Blade-------------------Put em Down

03-16-2009, 08:24 PM
I shoot 100 grain g5 montecs and they work great for me. I shoot a lot of wild hogs here in florida and I've had pass through on 250 pound boars and recovered them 50 yards away with good blood. Be carefull with the rage broad heads I have never used them but my friends have and yes they cut good but we had one come apart in a deer. The montecs seem to fly good for me, but 35 yards is about as far as I dare shoot at a critter anyway. Hope I can be of some help

03-17-2009, 06:23 AM
I use MX3's, they have worked very well so far; everything I've shot with them has been 20-25yds, 30-35yds. is my max so I can't comment on them at distance.

03-27-2009, 10:35 AM
thunder heads 100s hear love them no problems to date.