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Offline Andersen282

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Re: best broadheads for the $$
« Reply #30 on: January 03, 2013, 07:55:50 PM »
Hard to beat muzzy for the money I have shot the G5 strykers they fly great and are razor sharp but a little on the speedy side.  Cabelas has a broad head out that is an imitation of the Stryker they are less money but not as sharp as the Stryker IMO

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Re: best broadheads for the $$
« Reply #31 on: January 03, 2013, 08:35:40 PM »
QAD Exodus full blade worked really well for me

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Re: best broadheads for the $$
« Reply #32 on: January 07, 2013, 07:56:55 PM »
Muzzys are a great choice!  Love the six pack price!  I went to a faster bow this year and arrow prep is now a big concern!  When I was shooting a 320 bow, I could get away with a little head wobble!  Now, with even my hunting arrow being over 300 fps, I can't have any wobble!   For grins, I tried some Slick Tricks.  I can honestly say I set up a dozen arrows for hunting this year andnot one arrow did I have to square up the shaft!  I even tried them without the broad head adapter rings on my Easton STs and they spun true!!  Was lucky enough to harvest a bull with one this season and it did great!  Hard to beat the Slicks!!!
Chasen western game with my bow is life!!!

 

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