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    kevin in ohio
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    Question Broadheads

    I am in the market for some new broadheads. Does anyone have any Suggestions?

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    smarpo
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    I personally like muzzys. They have been around for a long time and have an excellent reputation, just like Martin.

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    Deer_archer
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    Montec G5 or Slick Tricks are what alot of hunters are using and having very good groups with and the ST's seem to hold up very well.

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    GaShadowcat
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    Default Muzzy all the way.....

    i've started using muzzy bh a while back and ever since then i just feel in love with them. I personally change the blades each year to ensure good cutting but the blades i take out i keep around and use for opening boxes and what not.

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    cdfirefighter1
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    slick tricks are my favorite... muzzy is also good.. g5 makes a nice BH also

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    eelriver
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    I would stay away from the gimicks.....some companies spend six times more on marketing than research. You see that everyone is picking Muzzy, Montec, and Slick Tricks, you can't go wrong with any of the three.

    I shoot ST myself, but would not hesitate to shoot the other two.

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    dbd870
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    G5's for me.

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    Rage for me!

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    MADMIKE
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    I Am Really Impressed With The New American Broadhead Company's Liberty 100 Grain. They Are Cut On Contact And Super Strong Blades And Bodies. Look Em Up And See What Ya Think.

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    eelriver
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    Quote Originally Posted by MADMIKE View Post
    I Am Really Impressed With The New American Broadhead Company's Liberty 100 Grain. They Are Cut On Contact And Super Strong Blades And Bodies. Look Em Up And See What Ya Think.
    Have you shot these blades and hunted with them yet? The reason I ask: I hunt with a guy who is getting his 12 year old son into bow hunting. He is small for 12 so we are trying to build a bow he can handle; yet kill a deer. "CUT ON CONTACT" broadheads are a part of that equation. We are looking at these heads. Can also get them in 75 or 85 grain........

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