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Which broadhead are you using this year.

So what broadhead is everyone using this year? I have a brand new 3 pack of Rage Hypodermics but I don't think I want to use them. I'm thinking of using my Muzzy MX-3's or buying some QAD Exodus. I think I feel more confident with a fixed blade over a mechanical. Which is funny because the last deer I shot was with a NAP Killzone. It sliced right through the heart and dropped the doe in her tracks.
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Slick Tricks are my choice, Stant
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Bear Razorhead on my Howard Hill Longbow, Muzzy 125 on my Zipper Longbow, and Swhacker 150 grain 3" cut on my Excalibur Bulldog 400. Swhackers have been deadly for me when I am using my crossbow.
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Same as the last 25 years, 100 grain Spitfires.
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I've engineered and built a 550 grain total weight arrow tipped with 125 grain Bone Broadhead, single bevel blade. It shoots like a dart and hits very heavy. It should have no issues completely passing through any part of a deer at most any angle. I can hardly wait to let er' fly on deer. I've put it to the test and get complete pass throughs on both sides of a 55 gallon steel drum. Look out Loretta!
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I'll be using the 100 grain G5 Montec fixed blade again this year. Very accurate and deadly
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Rage hypodermics!

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Rage 2 blade X-bow 100 grn.
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30 year proven 125 gr. Thunderheads in my compound....still using the original broad heads. Rage extremes in my crossbow for the second year.
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Just an FYI for those looking to shoot a fixed blade broadhead this year. I recently concluded testing on the new Crimson Talon heads and they are an excellent broadhead. This is not the old Crimson Talon company/manufacturer. That company folded and the name and patents have been picked up by someone new. They've done extensive testing and beefed up the blades and ferrules. It has a solid Trocar tip and six blades. It flys and groups very well. I am not a fixed blade guy, but if I was this head would get some serious consideration.
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