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just curious as to what everyone is using for boradheads this year. im not big into expandables so im looking for input on what is the best stationary broadheads out there. i have used the wasps for the past few years but need to buy new ones this year and was looking at the carbon express F-15s. anyone out there use them before or know of anyone who has and have any input?
 

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CX is giving away free F-15's right now. Well almost free they are charging you shipping ($4.95) and most of the reports on them are they are total junk. Blades come dull, don't sharpen well, break easy, and the mechanical version has just as many negative reports. Unfortunately CX is owned by Eastman outdoors which make cheap archery products, the F-15 is from Eastman but marketed under the CX name so they can charge $40 a pack.

I shot Muzzy 3 blade and Mx-3's last year and will probably do the same this year.
 

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I waffle between the muzzy 4 blade 90 and muzzy 4 blade 125. I do think the 125 stabilizes my arrows a bit better however.
 

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G5 Montecs or strikers! Both great broadheads and do a dandy job on a deer. Only downside to the strikers are the blades.. but you can also replace them which make them nice of they chip. Havent had a problem with either.
 

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Magnus Stingers and Slick Tricks are the only ones allowed in my quiver
 
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