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post #1 of 39 (permalink) Old 07-14-2013, 06:24 PM Thread Starter
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which fix blade broadheads to use?

This is my second year hunting and last year I used NAP Thunderheads. I am considering trying another broadhead this year just wondering what other guys are using and what they like about them. Thank you
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Re: which fix blade broadheads to use?

NAP Thunderheads are good. I'm currently using NAP Hellrazors. They're a one-piece head, razor sharp right out of the package, fly nicely out of my properly toned bow and if I do my job, they do theirs. What more can I ask of them.
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Re: which fix blade broadheads to use?

NAP thunderhead or Muzzy both fly great and stay together

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Re: which fix blade broadheads to use?

Have always used Muzzy 3 blade with no issues. As long as you have a <span style="text-decoration: underline">properly </span>tuned bow, most quality fixed blades with fly well. IMO

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Re: which fix blade broadheads to use?

The G-5 striker is an excellent head.

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Re: which fix blade broadheads to use?

This year I am trying the 125 gr Slick Trick Razor Trick.

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Re: which fix blade broadheads to use?

I use phatheads. Fly great, sharp out of the box, nearly indestructible. .080 thick main blade (most are like .030)
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Re: which fix blade broadheads to use?

I have used Muzzy for years and never had 1 problem with them.

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Re: which fix blade broadheads to use?

Do yourself a favor and try Steelforce Premium 100's.

They are a cut-on-contact head that fly like darts and penetrate forever !! I have run them to 310 fps without a single flight issue. You can also send them back for free re-sharpening.

Steelforce is also a good old Pennsylvania company out of Honesdale.

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