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Broadhead suggestion

So I'm looking at getting new broadheads, because I shot a buck and when I recovered the buck the broadheads tip was bent flat , and I'm being serious I've never seen that before , I was using Magnus snuffer ss , so if anyone could recommend a new broadhead that would be great.

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I don't like replaceable blade idea so one piece broadheads is what I'm looking for

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Re: Broadhead suggestion

I have never in my entire life heard of a rhothar snuffer having its tip bent flat. Not without a direct impact with a rock...or the side of a tank. I have some that I have taken multiple deer with the same heads. That said, if you're dead set on not using them, the G5 Montech is a fantastic head.

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I'll look at g5 montech but I know the broadhead did not hit a rock because the bolt did not pass threw the deer it was inside it the whole time.

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G5 stryker.

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Re: Broadhead suggestion

When you say you are interested in a non replaceable blade broadhead, that really limits your choices. I have shot the G5 Montec out of several crossbows and it shot fine for me. Have not hunted with it yet though. A buddy of mine swears by Magnus heads as well out of crossbows.

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Maybe reach out to Magnus?

Sounds like maybe one of the welds was not there, or a bad bead.

Might have been a defect, or bad batch? Check for the welds in the nose of the bad one.

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Muzzy mx3 100 grain great broadhead
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