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Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #7994307 10/01/20 11:43 AM
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Magnus Stingers 100g 4 blade. Still have some 2 blade ones I use also. Some of the heads have taken several deer and hogs. A quick hit on the stone and they are ready to go again.

Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #7998327 10/05/20 12:40 AM
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Iron Will and Slick Trick

Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #7999713 10/06/20 01:46 AM
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I run a Magnus Stinger 150 gr when I'm hunting in TX and switch to a Rage Hypodermic 125gr when I'm in AZ.

Re: Broadheads [Re: richard-ssv] #7999720 10/06/20 01:51 AM
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Originally Posted by richard-ssv
This will be my first year bow hunting. I'm going the heavy arrow route and will be shooting 200gr Grizzly Stick Maasai single bevel broadheads, total arrow weight at 571 grains. We'll see how things go deer2


That's a beast of an arrow!!! I'd really like to see that one zip through a big pig. It's funny, I was running brass inserts with my 150gr Stingers just to get my FOC up and they ripped a big Blackbuck like paper. Good luck this year, I'd like to know how you do and if you keep your same setup post-season.

Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #8000911 10/07/20 02:33 AM
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I use the NAP DK4 100 grain. Flys like a dart and makes huge holes. Watched my BIL shoot a fallow with it the other week. It ran 40-50 yards gushing blood upon impact. It’s a cross between mechanical and fixed. Has spitfire blender blades and the “fixed” blade swivels.

Re: Broadheads [Re: txtrophy85] #8002822 10/08/20 06:15 PM
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Don't look at it as 7/8 as a traditional broadhead. I used one last year, and the results were devastating. Look at coring effect and the diameter of each blade.

Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #8002832 10/08/20 06:19 PM
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I've used Rocky Mountain Warheads, NAP Spitfires, Toxic, and some Blackout Expandables. All work. Accuracy is key. Always. None of mine have gone over 50 yards.

Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #8009409 10/14/20 12:21 PM
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60 lbs at 29”
QAD Exodus Broadhead Full Blade 125 grain for deer & hogs
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Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #8010340 10/14/20 10:58 PM
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My favourite brand is the ShootStraightAndHitThemInTheRightPlace and the Model is WhatIFoundOnSale.

Re: Broadheads [Re: txtrophy85] #8010918 10/15/20 01:11 PM
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Originally Posted by txtrophy85
I've been using rocket sidewinders and Wasp Jackhammers.


This year gonna try the Rage Trypan and 3 Blade Chisel tip. I still like the Wasp Jackhammers though.





update.....the 3 Blade Rage leaves a big freaking hole!


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Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #8011071 10/15/20 02:59 PM
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I'm gonna try out the NAP Killzone this year for deer and will shoot whatever random stuff I have at pigs lol


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Re: Broadheads [Re: txtrophy85] #8071416 12/01/20 02:41 PM
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huge, what you don't realize that while only 7/8ths of an inch it is an open hole, not slices. blood pours out
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Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #8083845 12/10/20 04:53 PM
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I'm shooting traditional archery & have been using Magnus Stinger 2 blades this year & I've killed 2 does & a pig.

Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #8083894 12/10/20 05:25 PM
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I ended up shooting both my deer this year with a fixed NAP Hellrazor. Neither one left a drop of blood hardly. Shot a bunch of pigs this year so it just seemed easier to use the fixed. Probably go back to mechanicals on the deer next year.

Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #8140126 01/23/21 11:07 AM
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Rage Trypans for me. I like the big holes Rages make.


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Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #8148309 01/29/21 06:52 PM
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I've always been a Rage fan but don't use them as often anymore. I really liked the G5 Havoc's but I heard they quit making them. I still have a cpl that are new.
I picked up a pack of the grim Reaper Micro Hades 4 blade this year. Watch Em Drop.
Im also fan of Slick Tricks.

I want to try the new Grim Reaper Micro Hybrid but just haven't bought any yet.

Im the guy who usually has a 6 arrow quiver and I will have 5-6 different broadheads in it!


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Re: Broadheads [Re: txtrophy85] #8148791 01/30/21 02:48 AM
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Originally Posted by txtrophy85
I've been using rocket sidewinders and Wasp Jackhammers.


This year gonna try the Rage Trypan and 3 Blade Chisel tip. I still like the Wasp Jackhammers though.





update.....the 3 Blade Rage leaves a big freaking hole!



Update update:

Blade rage worked fine but I did not like the Trypan.

I went back to using the Jackhammers


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Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #8164430 02/11/21 01:00 AM
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Magnus 125 Stingers. Before that’s I shot NAP Thunderheads and tried Rage for a short stint.

Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #8166405 02/12/21 01:54 PM
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Exodus 125gr. Fly with my FP's out to 70yrd. Wicked sharp, and punch great holes!


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Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #8173031 02/17/21 10:15 AM
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I use rage hypodermics on both my compound and x-bow

Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #8174213 02/18/21 01:56 AM
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I don't bow hunt much anymore but when I do I still use the Rothar Snuffers that I bought many years ago. Glad I bought quite a few back then.



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Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #8176397 02/19/21 04:01 PM
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I've shot Slick Tricks 100 grain for many years.


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Re: Broadheads [Re: FamousAmos] #8182464 02/24/21 04:13 PM
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Originally Posted by FamousAmos
I've shot Slick Tricks 100 grain for many years.

Same here


Re: Broadheads [Re: Axis308] #8183269 Yesterday at 03:51 AM
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I've been using the original Rage Hypodermics (100 grain). Great on deer, elk, and javelina. Worked great even when I made a marginal shot on a fox and a coyote. Will switch to Rage Hypodermic NC when I run out of the original Hypodermics.

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