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#3585046 - 02/12/14 02:13 PM Broadheads??
Grizzly Johnson
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Looking for a good flying, well built, and depedable broadhead.... first for turkey hunting and also one for next deer season.....

Of everything I looked at carried by Cabelas & Bass Pro, nothing really satisfied me.... even the ones with good-great reviews had some poor reviews with flight and durablity....

I'm at a loss..... wanted to try the slick-tricks but no so sure now with reviews all over the place.

Would rather stick with a fixed BH for simplicity....


Any help would be appreciated....
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#3585066 - 02/12/14 02:29 PM Re: Broadheads?? [Re: Grizzly Johnson]
TNDeerGuy
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IMO, the best all-around fixed blades are the G5 Strikers and the Slick Tricks. As long as your bow and arrows are properly tuned, you should not have a problem with arrow flight with broadheads.
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#3585145 - 02/12/14 03:23 PM Re: Broadheads?? [Re: TNDeerGuy]
burninpowder
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Madison was shooting the QAD Exodus fixed blades out of the Diamond and they were flying right there with field points.
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#3585167 - 02/12/14 03:44 PM Re: Broadheads?? [Re: burninpowder]
Grizzly Johnson
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 Originally Posted By: burninpowder
Madison was shooting the QAD Exodus fixed blades out of the Diamond and they were flying right there with field points.


Speaking of that.... finally got a warm spell and time yesterday to shoot that bow again since the "upgrade".... I adjusted the sight a little and backed the poundage off a turn.... it does shoot faster with those new arrows and grouped really well so far.... only shot 15 yards for the first pin setting though.

She hasn't shot it yet, as she had to work a little longer yesterday afternoon than usual.... May have to check into some of those BP.... I just don't want accuracy issues going between practice points and broadheads if it can be helped...
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#3585321 - 02/12/14 06:34 PM Re: Broadheads?? [Re: Grizzly Johnson]
Harvester
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Muzzy!! Best fixed blade I have ever shot. 4 blade 100 grain
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#3585352 - 02/12/14 06:55 PM Re: Broadheads?? [Re: Harvester]
PinchPoint
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I really like the G5 Strikers for a fixed blade, But I shoot Rage Titaniums for everything
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#3585367 - 02/12/14 07:11 PM Re: Broadheads?? [Re: PinchPoint]
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I like muzzy mx-3's.
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#3585380 - 02/12/14 07:19 PM Re: Broadheads?? [Re: TheAirMan]
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#3585463 - 02/12/14 08:18 PM Re: Broadheads?? [Re: Grizzly Johnson]
Buzzard Breath
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I shoot Magnus Stingers right now. But that's primarily so I can shoot the same broadhead out of my compound that I shoot out of my longbow. If I strictly shot a compound, I would shoot Wasp Boss Bullets. Here's a shoulder I hit a couple years ago while shooting a Wasp. The deer went about 60 yards. The far shoulder blade had an "X" from the blades but didn't have a complete pass through. Diamond Liberty at 56 pounds.







Edited by Buzzard Breath (02/12/14 08:19 PM)

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#3585628 - 02/12/14 10:16 PM Re: Broadheads?? [Re: Buzzard Breath]
deerhunter10
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for me atleast the only three expandables I trust are nap spitfires, the swackers, and what I am currently shooting the nap killzones. for fix blades I would shoot slick tricks or g5 montec. and all of those will work great for both.
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