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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.

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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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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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