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    Question What broad heads are you using?

    What brand of broad head are you using? What have you used and didn't like?

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    Back in My younger days, got a small box in the mail.. It was a promo BH a muzzy 4 balde..That thing was wicked looking and sharp...came with an ad showed one burried in to a Bone. I was sold... I have always used them.
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    just speeking for my self but its muzzy all the way,3 or 4 blade.when they say bad to the bone,they meen bad to the bone.i did however pic up some wally world realtree broad heads.not sharp and a wast of money.but it was only 10 dollars for six of them

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    Muzzy 3 blade 4 me 2.

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    Leaving Thunderhead 125's after many years and trying to decide between Slick Trick 100 Mags or the Muzzy 3 blade 100's. Guess I better decide soon though for practice purposes.
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    Used Ramcats and Grim Reapers last season. Before that I always used Satellite. I will continue to use the Ramcats and the Reapers.
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    Shuttle T-Lock & 3 blade Muzzy's, love them. Could never get Thunderheads to fly consistant.
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    I use 100 grn 3 blade Muzzys, tough broadhead, easy to take apart, resharpen, and ya get 6 of 'em for $33. Way back, liked the bear razor heard as a two blade, sucked when using the bleeders, also tried a Tru-Flight Ultra Lite 4 blade. aluminum ferrel, steel point and blades 115 grn. Had to constantly tighten the head as it tended to loosen, blades would fall out. The blade slid in a grove cut into the ferrel until the tip of the blade was under the steel tip, when all blades where in place a small ring sliped over the little tail end of the blades. Held togather when tightened to the insert. IMO, a pos.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elkslayer4x5 View Post
    I use 100 grn 3 blade Muzzys, tough broadhead, easy to take apart, resharpen, and ya get 6 of 'em for $33. Way back, like the bear razor heard as a two blade, sucked when using the bleeders, also tried a Tru-Flight Ultra Lite 4 blade. aluminum ferrel, steel point and blades 115 grn. Had to constantly tighten the head as it tended to loosen, blades would fall out. The blade slid in a grove cut into the ferrel until the tip of the blade was under the steel tip, when all blades where in place a small ring sliped over the little tail end of the blades. Held togather when tightened to the insert. IMO, a pos.

    ware do you get thouse for 33$.cheepest i found was 37 for 3 blade 100 grane

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