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I am looking to try a new broadhead this year. I have shot muzzy since I started hunting but have been looking into others for this year. I am most likely going to be hunting deer, elk and maybe antelope (depending on what I draw) I dont have much experience with anything but muzzy. what fixed broadheads do you guys like and why?
 

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Nothing wrong with the muzzy's at all. The past few years I have been using the Montec G5's and they have performed well.
 
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I use Montec G5's as well. They are incredibly tough and can punch through bone pretty well. I have had good success with them.
 

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I have shot g5 broad heads and I like them. but the only down fall was the blades would break easy even just hitting soft dirt. So I switched back to muzzy to the x-3 and been very happy with them. I have shot them for the five season and I wont be shooting any other heads any time soon.
 

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My choice for over 50 years Bear Razors, with or without the bleeder insert.Punched into a bunch of trees, Get a small file couple a strokes and most of the time ready to go.
 

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Killed a bear with a Muzzy. Killed deer elk and hogs with a variety of other heads. Killed a couple of antelope with Magnus Buzz Cutts. Currently shooting Buzz Cutts for everything.
 

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This year I am switching from 100 gr MX3 to a 125 gr Montec just to try it out.
 

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Montec G5. Can't believe the exit wounds we made with them. They knock deer out and are sharp and durable. The back edges are sharp so every contact point is a razor.
 

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Slick Tricks here as well.
 
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