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Last Post 26 Aug 2009 02:47 AM by Troutmaster. 6 Replies.
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Ryan
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04 Aug 2008 02:16 AM  
I was wondering what you all shoot, fixed blade/mechanical and what brand,

and also if there is a flight difference between 3 blade broadheads and 4 blade broadheads.
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04 Aug 2008 02:29 AM  
Before I got hurt and had to go to a crossbow,I used Shockwaves 125 grn.Now I use Muzzy 3 blade 125 grn and have been very impressed with the flight,still waiting to see what they will do on a deer.
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25 Aug 2008 01:37 PM  
I shoot 2 blade Rages and Grimreapers
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25 Aug 2008 06:59 PM  
2 blade Rages for me!!! those things will leave an entrance whole that is unreal!!! 2 blade Rage all the way!!
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25 Aug 2008 07:02 PM  
wasp hi tech hammer sst fixed blade 100 gr
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03 Sep 2008 04:49 AM  
100 grain thunderheads, they fly true,hit hard,and most importantly kill quick!!
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26 Aug 2009 02:47 AM  
I shoot BUCKMASTER BROADHEADS 100 grain. I have taken several deer with them. They were all passthroughs and make a huge cut. They fly EXACTLY like my 100 grain field tips and I never have to change my sights. The only thing I do when deer season comes is to check the that the blade alignment matches my vanes. I'm not sure it would make a difference but some old habbits die hard. I've never lost an animal. They go down fast and leave a blood trail a hunter with poor eyesight could follow. They are made by the American Broadhead Company.
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