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Muzzy Hybrids? #6910216
10/05/17 08:57 PM
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Been too busy with tests and such to go bow hunting, but test week is almost over. Don't have any broad heads, so I was looking at the muzzy hybrid. Anyone have any experience with them?


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Re: Muzzy Hybrids? [Re: B Razorback] #6910254
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Not personally but imo theres no reason for the extra drag of 4 blades... I use NAP killzones for 4th season now... things are tough and lock in really well with no bands needed... 2inch cut and open every time... reuse these any time i get them back and have not had one break. the blood trails are the biggest reason i use them... its heavy thick trails every single time even when there is not a passthrough.

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