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Thread: A couple questions on broadheads and dampening

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    Thanks folks,
    Well I made a decision to start with the Muzzy 100 grains to see how they fly. I will give them a try next time I shoot outside. As for the limb saver, bowjax, and cat whiskers I have all three on the bow now. Whiskers on the string, limb saver s-coil stabilizer, and bowjax on the back side of the limbs. Just a quick snapshot of the set up.

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    Good choice, pretty hard to beat the price of a Muzzy six pack.
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    look good Chip...let us know how you like the muzzy... spin test each one and you should be fine.
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    Aww no G5......lol....looks good should be a deer killin machine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedykills View Post
    Aww no G5......lol....looks good should be a deer killin machine.
    Funny you bring that up, I more than likely will give the Montecs a go as well. I like the fact that they are one piece high carbon steel. I can turn on one of the hunting channels sit down and sharpen them with the same stones I use for my knives. The reason I wanted to start with the Muzzy is that a few people seem to like them and as stated above it's hard to beat the price.

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    To help with tuning knowledge........Easton Arrow Tuning and Maintenance Guide
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    Thank you RLW, I have saved that good info.

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    Default My 2 cents worth

    The wasp bh (hammer 100) has done in many deer for me. But those g5 montecs are way more tougher. Way more $ though. Limbsavers are good but google x factor stabilizer. A fairly new product that may be the best yet. They have stabs, limb dampeners and string silencers that are guaranteed for life not to break.

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