I have a new favorite since November 2nd. They are called Trophy Ridge Meat Seekers now but they were originally called Undertakers. Here is my original post pertaining to my original purchase and added proof photos that they do work great and can be used again on the next buck.
shot grim reapers for years with no complaints (or malfunctions) Tried rage broad heads this year and major damage to the deer, huge hole and it was a passthrogh hitting one shoulder blade. arrah was stuck a foot in the ground. The blades were ruined but it did the job. I will add my bow has a 72lb draw weight. I definitly think if your shooting mechanicals you need a heavy draw.
[rquote=1497991&tid=104535&author=Mailman]I have a new favorite since November 2nd. They are called Trophy Ridge Meat Seekers now but they were originally called Undertakers. Here is my original post pertaining to my original purchase and added proof photos that they do work great and cam be used again on the next buck.
I shot muzzy heads for years and never had any problems. Switched to slick tricks a couple years ago and still haven't even shot at a deer with them so I can't speak for them yet other than they were easy to tune and fly great.
I wonder how many times this question has been asked on this forum since it's inception......:thinking: I understand we get new members all the time, and it's a logical question to ask..... So, I am not complaining about it being asked again, just wondering how many times it has been asked... I'd venture a guess somewhere in the 100-200 range mebbe more.... But, that's just a guess.
Everyone has their favorites.:shrug:
I personally like a fixed head, because there is no way they won't open when they get there, nor will they won't open up before they get there, and do something they're not sposed to do....
Muzzy & G5's are my personal choice. Started using g5's this year, cause the tolerances on them is sposed to be better, and I am shooting a faster bow now.... Ain't kilt a deer with one yet, but that'll come... Hopefully before 1/15/10.
But, you will get so many different answers to this, you just gotta go with what you like, and are comfortable with taking into the woods.
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