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    What are you all using for fixed blade broadheads? I am looking at the muzzy mx3s right now but was wanting some opinions on wat is a decent head. I will probly b shootin elk as well as white tail.
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    You cant go wrong with mx3,shot a nice buck with them last year or before made a huge wound went about 40yds and piled up.I had some tricks i tried to sell glad i didnt,shooting spot on with field tips using the firehawk.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Cnight View Post
    What are you all using for fixed blade broadheads? I am looking at the muzzy mx3s right now but was wanting some opinions on wat is a decent head. I will probly b shootin elk as well as white tail.
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    Wasp bullet 100 gr. very happy with them.
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    Slick Trick Mag 100g, no issue with my elk and or Mule deer last year. They fly just like my field tips especially out over 60 yards. The best part is that they are $28 for three, you can re-sharpen also.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Speedykills View Post
    You cant go wrong with mx3,shot a nice buck with them last year or before made a huge wound went about 40yds and piled up.I had some tricks i tried to sell glad i didnt,shooting spot on with field tips using the firehawk.
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    In the past I've used a lot of different broadheads, all with replaceable blades. I'm kindof partial to the design of Muzzy, Innerloc and Slick Tricks simply due to their blade retention properties. I used to shoot Wasp SST heads, but once had at leat one blade peel off the ferrule after hitting a rib. I don't like the idea of gutting a deer with the possiblity of a blade floating around where I could get a nasty cut or missing finger. That being said, I've had InnerLoc since 1993. Hald dozen of them and a couple packes of extra blades and I'm good for a decade.
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    Ive used 100 gr g5 Montecs., grim reaper Hades. I'm using TT shuttle T's this season . I used two blade Magnus bh's last season and I wasn't too happy with them. I returned all my magnus heads for GR Hades but they were out of stock. So I replaced them with TT Shuttle T. My favorite is the Hades.

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    I'm shooting Allen Gunnison broadheads. They're cheap, and fly very well.

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