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Muzzy at Walmart???

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I always considered Muzzy to be a top quality broadhead company, but I'm wondering if they have lowered their standards. Although I try not to shop at Walmart much, I was in there the other day and noticed that they have expanded their archery gear to include Muzzy broadheads. What's your thoughts on this? I just found it to be surprising since I always viewed Muzzy as a high-quality, high-standards, specialty company. Similar to maybe Hoyt, Easton, Thunderhead, etc. Also, are the Muzzy Walmart version the same broadheads or a cheaper-quality version?

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There probably the same as anywhere.WalMart has so much pull in the retail market place they seem to dictate to their suppliers! I'm happy to see you try to avoid them!!

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Without a doubt that the quality is the same regardless of where you purchase your Muzzies. You can also buy them on ebay where I do and the quality is the same always.

Walmart has so much pull as Sparce stated that they can purchase about what they want as far as products go.

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I got a 3 pack of muzzy's in the spring of the year on clearance for like 5 bucks. they were 4 blade 100grain. they shot my first buck with a bow. Got two left to find a big old bucks ribs this fall. They look just like the ones i see in cabela's.

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They had muzzy last year. Its nothing new. No idea when they started carrying them.

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they are the same quality. I just think they are trying to expand there target market by placing them in stores that hundred's of thousand's of people frequent each year. I think it's kind of smart

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