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Muzzy Old School #8250781 04/28/21 02:19 PM
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I have always liked/used the Muzzy 115gr 4-fixed blade broadheads...they are tough, dependable and put animals down quickly as long as I put them into the boiler room.

However, the last time I went to the local big box store, they were no longer on the racks...has muzzy ditched my favorite BH for the latest mechanical flavor of the month...?

Anyone else still use the old school muzzy's?

Re: Muzzy Old School [Re: cleboje] #8250885 04/28/21 03:58 PM
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I used to shoot Muzzy 100 gr 3 blades as my main BH. I switched over to g5 Montecs because I can resharpen them. I do still have the Muzzy's as backup in case I run out.

A quick search shows your muzzys in stock at Cabelas online.


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And make Kamila president

She’d just end up blowing it......
Re: Muzzy Old School [Re: cleboje] #8255482 05/03/21 02:22 PM
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Yep 125 grains for years

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