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Best Broadhead?

What are the best broadheads out there right now for whitetail? I currently have Muzzy 4 blade but I will either need to get blades or new broadheads for next year. Mechanical or fixed.
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post #2 of 55 (permalink) Old 11-14-2013, 08:57 PM
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Until I started using a drop away (going back to whisker biscuit) I loved Magnus. With a drop away I always worry about it falling off the rest and cutting my hand. I've been using NAP Shockwaves with success but I think I'll be trying the Carbon Express Torrids soon.
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Re: Best Broadhead?

With technology what it is today, just about any broadhead that is placed where it is supposed to will get the job done.

What is the best broadhead? The one that shoots the best in your bow amd has your confidence.

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post #4 of 55 (permalink) Old 11-14-2013, 09:07 PM
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Not a thing wrong with your Muzzy's - they won't fail like mech's will sometimes. Get new blades, and go hunting.
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There are ton's of good ones out there.Any razor sharp BH that penetrates well and stays together will perform as good as the next.Some are easier to tune than others but that's about it.
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I switched from muzzys to slick tricks 4 years ago both are great broadheads but my bow likes slick tricks better

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Re: Best Broadhead?

I've killed all my buck with either Thunderheads, Muzzy, and just last week G5's. As someone else said, with technology the way it is across the broadhead spectrum, it becomes more a matter of a well placed shot and not so much which broadhead to use. HOWEVER; that being said I would stay away from all mechanical heads. Not a lot, but too many bad stories I've heard from folks using them.

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QAD Exodus or Slick Tricks

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I love my Rage Hypodermic broadheads and they come with a practice head also so you can tune them in.That being said I also like using Muzzy's because they are pretty rock solid.Like the other members said with today's technology and with a well placed shot almost any strong-sharp broadhead will work.
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Slick trick or ram cat
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