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bassman186

Favorite Broadhead???

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bassman186

I just purchased a bow and also some arrows. I have some of the Razorback 5's but was wondering what some of you FMer's had for personal favorites?

Matt

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EXTREME

Muzzy 125's.....BAD TO THE BONE!!!!!!

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I have been successful and very satisfied with 85 grain thunderheads. I have yet to shoot a deer and damage the broadhead in any way. I can not say the same about muzzy 125's.

A deer knows when it's been Thunderstruck.

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trophyhunter

If you don't mind shooting expandables, Rocket Steel Heads have worked great for me. My last five deer that I have shot with them were complete pass throughs. I shot a doe last Sunday at 35 yards and stuck my arrow 5 inches in the ground. My recovery was not too much further than the shot. They shoot the same as a field points. I have tried other expandables and found these to be the best. Just my opinion.

28" Mathews MQ32 70lbs.
Trophy Ridge dropzone rest
Trophy Ridge matrix sites
Beeman ICS hunter arrows
Rocket Steel Head broadheads

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Whopper Stopper

I also have had good luck with Rocket Steel heads. I usually get 4-5 deer per year andthe Rockets have not failed in the last 3 years, usually pass throughs.

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doser

Muzzy 125 three blade.

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Stratosman

muzzy 4 blade 90 grain.

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HC Eye Hunter

I have been shooting 100 gr. Thunderheads for a number of years and they have never let me down.

HC

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smalls

85 grain NAP spitfires for Antelope.

100 grain spitfires for deer.

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bigbucks

They all work, but I'm on the 100 grain Thunderhead wagon.

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Fish- N- Hunt

I agree with 100 grain thunderheads, I did try muzzys one year. For some reason I went back to thunderhead, just a personal choice I guess. Thunderhead is the way to go for me.

Fish- N- Hunt

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IceHawk

I like the muzzy 3 blade 125 grains broadhead also.

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Ryan Ferch

My Favorite broadhead is the 125 Thunderhead

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Ryan Ferch
"sitting on a weedline beats standing on a street corner"

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Bogsucker

Zwickey Black Diamond Eskimo 2 blade, though this year I'm trying the Rib-Tek 160 2 blade.

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WB make the CUT

The razor is a sharp head, not real strong but sharp as heck, dont be afraid to use it, I used to use them but switched to Muzzy when I went to carbons

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Cooter

Thunderhead 100s, but there are so many excellent broadheads out there. I stick with them and use last falls heads for practice and buy a new six pack each day (oops, I mean each year ... was thinking of brewski)

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HOF#13

The Muzzy 100 grain - 3 blade. Love these broadheads !!!!!

Jason

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mille lacs muskie bum

Has anyone tried the crimson talon broadheads? They sure look good.

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sheepheadslayer

Rockey Mountain Broadheads have been good for me and besides they are locally owned in Waseca, MN. I got the chance to see the owners (Robert Barry) personal mount colletion. I would have to say that there were prolly 100 different mounts of everything you could think of. Just as good as Cabelas and all taken with a bow. Pretty amazing.

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