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I know this is an on going topic, but looking for experienced opinions on good broadheads mechanical or fixed that fly tru, don't open in flight, and leaves exceptional blood trails. 100gr at an avg of around 350fps. I have several heads that fly great but lack in blood loss. Yes good hits and found every deer but blood I thought could be a little more desirable. If I didn't hear them go down it could of been very hard to track. Thanks
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what broadheads have you used?
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slick tricks, muzzy 4 blade, wasp boss sst, i feel these 3 , are the best one can use,all fixed broad heads,
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Muzzy MX-4's will tip my arrows this fall and have been for the last 5 or so seasons....Bad to the Bone!

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Re: broadheads

G5 Strikers, ABC Sonics, NAP Spitfires, Wasp SSTs and Jakhammers, Slick Tricks and Razor Tricks.

These are proven flyers in high speed bows. Blood trails are the result of a good hit low in the chest cavity.

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G5 Strikers, Tru-Fire T-1 and Wasp Crossbow Boss are clear winners in accuracy. The G5 seems to be the sharpest, then Wasp and finally Tru-Fire. I'll hunt any of the three with confidence.

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isnt the tru-fire T-1 the exact same thing as the crosspro fx 100?

if so there junk even though they fly good.
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isnt the tru-fire T-1 the exact same thing as the crosspro fx 100?

if so there junk even though they fly good.
The same heads. I've actually had really good results with them. What problem did you have?

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i just ordered grim reapers , are they any good?
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