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post #1 of 21 (permalink) Old 01-05-2010, 09:59 PM Thread Starter
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Muzzy Broadheads

There was a post on here awhile back about aligning your broadheads with your vanes.
Is this necessary and does it help with the flight of the bolt?
If so,what is the best way to do it?
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I've tried it. I can't say that I've noticed any difference. To me personally, it's more important to spin test the broadhead and the shaft to make sure it's running true. A broadhead that wobbles will fly erratic.

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Re: Muzzy Broadheads

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To me personally, it's more important to spin test the broadhead and the shaft to make sure it's running true. A broadhead that wobbles will fly erratic.

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Re: Muzzy Broadheads

I never could get a muzzy to fly right no matter how I lined up my fletchings.......they always would plane on me. Even when the spin test seemed fine
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Re: Muzzy Broadheads

What do you use?

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Re: Muzzy Broadheads

I like nap crossfires for fixed blades and yes, rage 2 blade for mechnanicals
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Re: Muzzy Broadheads

Thanks

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Re: Muzzy Broadheads

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What do you use?
zemenar12,
Are you looking for a broadhead? If you tell me what crossbow you are shooting, I can probably help you find one that will work very well.

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No,I was just curious on the alignment question.

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Re: Muzzy Broadheads

I shoot muzzy's on my compound and crossbow and have never had problems on either.

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