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Favorite Broadheads?


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Picked up me ven. jerky thought I would get on line with my favorite site as I enjoy.

My self I like the Thunderhead 100's. Tried expandables for two years and went back to the trusted head.

I see I am out voted by the muzzy. These are fixed blades I am guessing or am I wrong?

What ever has worked in the past is your favorite I bet? That is how I found my favorite.

Any way I want to wish you all a merry X-mas. Yes, I mean X-mas not the politicaly correct happy holliday or any of that dump.

Live and enjoy your freedom to express yourself. It is not free as I hope we all know.

Good luck to you all and allways remember mother nature know's best. So be smart and be safe.


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I will 4th or 5th the Thunderheads. Very reliable and a great product thats been around for a long time. I enjoy the 85 grain product myself. Always a complete pass through on so many deer I have lost count! Lots of other great products out there as well!

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I may be wrong, but I think "fixed blade" describes any broadhead that's not mechanical.

I'm a long time Muzzy shooter and have harvested many deer with them. They really are "bad to the bone".

With the purchase of a new bow about a year ago I decided I would try mechanicals. I purchased 3 different brands of mechanicals and one fixed blade brand.

Wasp Jak Hammer SST

Rocky Mountain Xtreme

Rocket Sidewinder

Slick Trick

I harvested 2 deer last fall. One with the Rocket Sidewinder and the other with the Rocky Mountain Extreme. I double lunged both deer and niether went more than 50 yards. I was very impressed with both blades.

I'm still on the fence as to which direction to go from here, but I think the first arrow I knock next year will be a Slick Trick. What really impressed me about the Slick Tricks is they shot just like my field points.

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Thunderheads. I've shot them for years and they work great, lots of pass thrus, none have ever broken up, why change? I really like the replaceable blades, my rule is that anytime I miss a shot and they hit the ground, I replace the blades. I want my broadheads razor sharp!

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