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Joined: 10/16/2003
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Bowhunting

What would be the best broadheads to use for deer.

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Joined: 10/29/2003
Posts: 241
Bowhunting

I like Muzzy 3 blade 120 grain.
They really do the trick!

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Joined: 01/27/2002
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jeff_whetzel, you might try asking your question in the Archery forum.

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Joined: 03/15/2004
Posts: 24
Bowhunting

yea ask your in archery forum

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Location: Murray KY
Joined: 01/23/2008
Posts: 22
Bowhunting

3 blade Muzzy 100 ir 125s I like the 125s for my setup.

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Location: Minnesota
Joined: 11/26/2007
Posts: 74
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I use the Muzzy three blade in 100 gr. I have also heard that Rage are good, if you can keep them closed in your quiver. YOu should start by narrowing it down to fixed blades or mechanicals. Both have pros and cons.

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Location: Kingston, MI
Joined: 01/16/2007
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Everyone has their own preferences and there are so many good broadheads being produced that it can be difficult to choose.

Personally, I like a good cut-on-contact broadhead. Therefore, my choices are as follows:

Fixed blade - Magnus
Expandable - Rage 2 blade

I've used both successfully.

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Joined: 02/13/2008
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Bowhunting

my broadhead of choice is the Rocky Mountain Snypers. There was a test done on a hunting show with a machine that drew back the bow. They tested many broadheads and the Snyper 2 blade expandable flew more accurately than any other when fired with a field point. The benefit is you can practice with a field point and be sure the Snyper will hit the same area within a half an inch when you are hunting. Hope this helps.

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Joined: 03/05/2008
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Bowhunting

Hi all new to the site and wanted to say hi..

I have been using muzzy 3 blade 100 gr for 10 + years. love the hole they make.. Thumbs up switched last year to try out the new rage 100 gr . im buying a new bow so i cant wait to see how they fly out of it.

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Location: Wooster, OH
Joined: 03/03/2008
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Bowhunting

I like Grim Reapers...best mechanical broadheads I've used.

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Joined: 03/19/2008
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Bowhunting

I prefer the Shuttle T-Lock they are tough as nails and I get good fight out of them even as far as 60 yds.

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