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    ST Mag and Muzzy MX3.Personally like the Slick Tricks more.
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    Slick Trick Mag and Muzzy MX3.Personally like the Slick's more.
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    Quote Originally Posted by wscywabbit View Post
    right now I'm trying out Carbon Express F-15's... They look mean, and fly great! Hopefully I'll get to chase a blood trail this season and let you know about that as well
    The only thing I didn't like about the F-15 is they shatter easy. Other then that the were very good.




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    Im trying crimson talon xts this year. got a good deal on some. fly nice out of my bow. cant wait to see what they do to a animal.

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    I've been shooting Shuttle T-Locks and Slick Trick Mags the last few years, and both are excellent heads. Fly true, penetrate very well, and leave a really nice hole on exit. Personally, I lean more towards the Shuttle T-Locks, as they seem to give a little better penetration. I'll be giving Sonic Broadheads a try this fall. They are flying very well, and in targets, seem to penetrate incredibly well. I like the cut on contact style of head they are. I'm thinking that might help penetration a bit. Seeing how they do on animals this fall will be ther real test, but everything so far looks really good.
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    I have my son using Thunderheads, good broadhead that has been around for a long time. I've used the standard Muzzy's with good luck. Gonna see how the Slick Trick Magnum 125's perform on black bear in Idaho in a month.
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    There you have a lot of options Here is one more ..

    Magnus Buzz cuts or Stingers ,,,they spin their heads before they are shipped out ..always fly great for me..sharp and have a life time warranty ,,made in the USA...

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    Magnus killer bee buzz cuts. Pass throughs without blade damage very accurate. Lifetime warranty

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    G5 T3s

    Heard that Muzzy makes solid fixed blades and you'll hear a lot about Slick Tricks when people are pushing Rage over in La-la Land.
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    Same ole plain Jane, Muzzy 3 blade, 6 of 'em for under $40. Fly like darts for me, leave a big blood trail. Forgot how many years I've shoot this head, use the same head for my recurve, same results , hits where my field points do. Cut two ribs on the last buck I shot, one going in and another leaving, went less than 40 yds. Nothing broke here, no need to 'fix' anything.
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