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rage2blade

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I've been looking at some fixed broadheads and next year im going to either switch to the magnus snuffer SS or the G5 Striker. Im liking both of them i guess right now the only reason im leaning towards the magnus snuffer ss is because there is a lifetime replacement guarantee which i think is pretty nice. Anyone have experience with either of these blades?

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i dont have experience with the snuffer ss but i do have experience with magnus stinger buzzcuts. I would highly recommend you to try these. Not only are they lethal but they fly the exact same as your field point. i have never had one problem with the magnus stingers and i have been using them for three years. let me know what you think!

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Snuffer is the only head I will shoot. Lifetime replacement and I can sharpen them easily. They make HUGE holes and good bloodtrails as well. And if you miss, and hit a rock send it back and they will send you a new one. Kind of like the zippo lighter of the archry world.

The G5's are a good head as well. Same concept but a shorter head. I prefer the longer snuffter.

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I have heard good reviews on both. I was thinking of switching to the magnus buzzcuts but i didnt want to spend the money and figured to just use what i have and wait till i shoot my first archery deer. I use the montec G5 and i am glad that i didnt buy those broadheads cause i love those montecs. They got the job done and i have yet to have a problem with them yet. I think they are as solid as a rock and easy to sharpen.

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I use stiker g5 and had no problems, used alot of broadheads and so far like these the best. Personel prefference.

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I'll ask the question.

Your screen name is rage2blade. Assuming you had a bad experience or something??

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