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    I've had really good look with the flight on G5 Montec and the slick trick magnum fly exactly the same.
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    Magnus Buzzcuts and Stingers, both the 2-blade and 4-blade.
    346gn arrows right at 300fps.

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    Im surprised to see the amount of people still using fixed blade heads...good for you guys, they are without a doubt superior to any mechanical.

    I use Magnus Buzzcuts 85 grain. I have used slick tricks and rocky mountains in the past with success...Magnus seem to be the best so far though

    Im still wondering how you guys get your muzzys to fly with your field points...That was one broadhead that pissed me off soo much.
    But, if you can get it to work, all the power to you.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jake-the-snake View Post
    Im surprised to see the amount of people still using fixed blade heads...good for you guys, they are without a doubt superior to any mechanical.

    I use Magnus Buzzcuts 85 grain. I have used slick tricks and rocky mountains in the past with success...Magnus seem to be the best so far though

    Im still wondering how you guys get your muzzys to fly with your field points...That was one broadhead that pissed me off soo much.
    But, if you can get it to work, all the power to you.
    my muzzys and fp fly great and i did not really do anything to have them fly straight.one lucky guy right here

    in oregon we dont have a choice,it has to be fixed blade.even if we could use others i would not.

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    This last season I picked up the Carbon Express F15's, and had no problems grouping with my fpoints. Had to pick different spots at 40 yds because I broke two on each other, and took a fletching off. Unfortunately I didn't get to find out about what kind of blood trail they'll leave but will let you know next season!
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    Steelforce Phatheads...........shot them 315fps with no problems
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    Have been looking at Werewolf broadheads. I should wish they could be in 125 gr.
    My setup are: Dw: 60#, Dl: 29", Victory v-force 400 arrows.
    Do I have do change arrows to shoot the 150gr.? Looks like I am on the borderline to 350 arrows?
    One option are the 125gr. Silverflame, but they are expensive!
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    No problems with these....NAP Hellrazors
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    Quote Originally Posted by andy_camping View Post
    No problems with these....NAP Hellrazors
    IMG_4408 (800x600).jpg
    Yep can understand why! Cool might have to try those.



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