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Broadhead for Xbow?? #5285422 09/03/14 03:57 AM
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Okay can I use my muzzy's from my compound in my Xbow ?? Thanks

Re: Broadhead for Xbow?? [Re: cbkyle] #5285521 09/03/14 04:58 AM
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Should be fine as long as it meets the minimum combined (bolt plus head) weight specified by the xbow manufacturer.


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Re: Broadhead for Xbow?? [Re: cbkyle] #5285617 09/03/14 11:21 AM
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My boy used the 3 blade Muzzy 100gr BH last year and it flew great.

Re: Broadhead for Xbow?? [Re: cbkyle] #5285629 09/03/14 11:39 AM
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Thanks for the advice...Good hunting to everyone this year.

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