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Discussion in 'Bow Hunting Forum' started by MarcelCote, Aug 7, 2016.
That's old school... Those things have been around for quite a while!
And they're still as solid as any out there, with a reputation for having the sharpest replaceable blades on the market.
thanks guys for your reply
150 grain Wensel Woodsman, 30" 340 traditional Gold Tip, and 1973 Bear Kodiak Hunter. No sights, no release, no rest, all business.
Yep! I've been TH's for at least 25 or 30 years. I'm too old to fool with mechanical broad heads
I like the old school Muzzy three blade, 125 grain. They have served me well over the years. We just got back from our annual Utah archery deer hunt and filled five of the six tags using these broad heads.
Magnus Black Hornets
x2.... except I use the 100gr... have had good luck with NAP Spitfire if you are set on mechanical
I use rage chisel tips they are devastating
And never once had a problem with them.