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Location: Horseheads, NY
Joined: 05/27/2003
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Broadheads

I use Thunderhead 100's. Have for years. Shot a number of Whitetails with this broadhead and on 11/4/01 when my brother and I were hunting together, he shot and killed a (8) point and I shot a Black Bear 15 minutes apart, both using the Thunderheads. They shoot very well and are very deadly.

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Joined: 06/04/2003
Posts: 13
Broadheads

I shot thunderheads for along time then last year I tried gold tip expandable in a 100 gr. I am hooked, they fly like practice tips and make a great hole and a huge blood trail, I hit a deer last year at 50 yards and broke two ribs with it, picked it up and put it back in my quiver. your weight of broadhead depends on your arrow and what spine it is and weight, I also switched to gold tip arrows last year and am conviced that graphite is the best by far, cant brake em and they wont shatter

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Joined: 08/26/2003
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I like the Rocket brand of mechanicals, specifically their 100gr Hammerheads and Steelheads. Pure posion on deer!!

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Joined: 08/26/2003
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i stwitched from the Muzzy 3 blade to the gametracker silver tip in 100 gr last season with good results.I shoot beeman 400 carbon out of a PSE.Took 3 deer with the silver tips.
These are not expensive broadheads but they make a deadly combo with this bow and arrow.

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Joined: 09/10/2003
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I personally have used Rocky Mountain broadheads for 15 years and love them! I am currently using the 100 grain Titainiums. Here is a little hint that has helped me test different broadheads. I have written letters to companies explaining that I have heard rave reviews of thier broadheads and asked if they could send me just one...or a discount or something...I have had 4 differnt companies send me packages of broadheads for free....Barrie Archery (makers of Rocky mountains) was one of them.

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Location: Texas
Joined: 09/15/2003
Posts: 17
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100 gr. Montec G5

A true cut on contact steel broadhead, not a chisel point like the Muzzy or Thunderhead. It flies exactly like my field points.

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Location: Central Virginia
Joined: 09/10/2003
Posts: 34
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125 gr. Rothaar Snuffers (Mangus)

They cut on contact, have a large cutting diameter, and are NOT free-spinning. They twist and turn with the arrow during penetration to cut and grind up everything in its path. No clean slices here, only maximum tissue damage!!

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Joined: 10/12/2003
Posts: 19
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You have to experiment! I use thunder head 100gr. I tried Muzzy 4 blades and blood trailers last year with bad results. Switched back to thunder heads and my success is back.

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Joined: 11/23/2003
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I used the Nap Thunderhead 100's and 125's with good success but the blood trails were adequate but not awesome. I was concerned with blade retention, although I never had a problem with blades falling out of the heads, and began to look around. Solution: G5 Montec 100gr., blood trails are AWESOME. I have shot two deer, 1 doe 30 yard blood trail like a paint-bucket, 1 buck 50 yard NON-STOP paint bucket trail and he was running top speed until he died. Resharpenable, needle-point tip, 1 piece construction. And they fly excellent out to 40 yards (haven't tested beyond 40 yards yet).

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Location: California
Joined: 11/16/2003
Posts: 6
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I personaly use Thunderheads 100 grain. I have heard great things about the Montec's though. But for the price, ya cant beat Thunderheads.

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