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Thread: What type of broadhead do you use for whitetails?

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    Too set in my ways to shoot anything other than the old 3 blade 100 gr Muzzy, and well, they tune super easy out of an X rigged bow. Knock wood, I've never lost a critter I hit with a 3 blade Muzzy. Whitetail, Blacktail, Muley, Elk, and or bear, arrow goes thru, blood comes out.
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    I am shooting Wasp Bullet 100 gr. I have not taken a deer with one yet, so I still don't know if I like them. Hopefully this year I can tell you. As for flight, they are pretty good, time to go do some tweaking to get them where I want them.
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    100gr NAP Shockwaves for me. If I get a deer I will take a picture of the wound channel.

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    3x for the shockwave 100. i tagged a management deer last night with one. i was aiming for the heart and she dropped into a high double lung. not a single drop of blood was found, but she was on the ground within moments, 50 yards away. the head broke a rib in half on the way in and stopped when it squarely hit a rib on the other side too. i wasnt super impressed with the small entrance wound, and she did die before her cavity filled up.
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    Grim Reapers and G5 Montecs.Gonna pick up some Muzzy's for bear.
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    Shuttle T-locks and Slick Trick Magnums for me. Both in 100 gr. Killed my two biggest bucks ever with them, and had good blood trails, and very fast kills. The T-locks leave a wound like I have never seen. Just a huge gaping hole on exit.
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    I chose the Muzzy3 100 grain because I've heard a lot of good things about them.
    My uncle lives in Alaska and his archery shop recommends the Montec CS.

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