Muzzy's

Discussion in 'Archery Equipment' started by hunter115, Oct 20, 2009.

  1. hunter115

    hunter115 6 pointer

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    Just got a pack of the 100 grain Muzzy 4 blades. They fly like darts out to 50 yards. Only a one inch cut has me a little nervous though. Anyone in here use them and if so, whaat do you thinks of them?
     
  2. deadaim

    deadaim 12 pointer

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    Love them and Ive been using them for years they leave a great blood trail and punch a perfect round 1 " hole that pours buckets......

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  3. trailwatcher

    trailwatcher Fawn

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    Have used them a long time. Fly great and never had any trouble with them.
     
  4. gobblergetter

    gobblergetter 8 pointer

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    i've used them for several years and love them. Just shot a doe last monday. Made a bad shot and hit her in thr shoulder. The broadhead left a nasty wound broke her shoulder and penetrated her chest cavity. Recovered her in 60 yds. thats pretty good if you ask me
     
  5. WildmanWilson

    WildmanWilson 12 pointer

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    A lot of guys get caught up with the BIG holes some heads leave. I don't need a broad head to cut a deer in half. I've used 4 blade Muzzys for many years and they are great for me. I get 6 heads for the price of their 3 and they kill as dead as I need them to be.
     
  6. RutNBuck

    RutNBuck 12 pointer

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    i shoot the 90 grain 4 bladed Muzzy BH and have been very satisfied with the results
     
  7. arshooter

    arshooter 10 pointer

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    other than having too tune your bow too them they are fine love my g5 montecs though !
     
  8. muddhunter

    muddhunter 12 pointer

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    I love the way they shoot and absolutely HATE the bloodtrail. The last three deer I shot with Muzzys were in the heart lung area and I spent hours on hands and knees looking for a deer that went 70 yards or less. I went to NAP Spitfires several years back and loved them. Then money got tight. Switched back to $26.00 for a 6 pack of Muzzys recently and I'm back on my knees looking for blood. So now I'm trying to sharpen old blades on Spitfires. If it works well enough I will never shoot a Muzzy again-except on hogs, coyotes and squirrels.
     
  9. muddhunter

    muddhunter 12 pointer

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    Hunter I hope you have results like Deadaim. Keep us posted.
     
  10. deadaim

    deadaim 12 pointer

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    Are you using the Three or four blade ?...Not that I have had a problem out of the three blade but the four blade seem to have better blood trails....one thing I do is sharpen the Muzzys before I use them even new out of the pack I run the blades thru the sharpener till they shave the hair off your arm....
     
  11. retiredbowhunter

    retiredbowhunter 8 pointer

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    I use Muzzy 4-bladed 90gr.

    The absolute best broadhead I have ever used. Every broadhead will have its own cult-like following.

    Never had an issue of too little blood on the ground if I did my part.
     
  12. muddhunter

    muddhunter 12 pointer

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    I've used them both Deadaim-most recently the three blade. My problem started with the four blade. It may be coincidence but it also started when I switched to carbon arrows and a much faster Mathews Outback bow several years back. And I have never thought to sharpen them out of the package. May try that even though they seem plenty sharp already...?
     
  13. catsfan

    catsfan 6 pointer

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    I shot a doe Sunday using the 4-blade Muzzy and it did its job perfectly. Looked at the blades after the shot and they were in good condition still. For those reasons, I'm a fan of the Muzzy.
     
  14. HUNTINGMAN

    HUNTINGMAN 12 pointer

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    I have been shooting the four blade 100grain for a long time now and have never had any problems with them.They fly great and are super reliable,not to mention very,very durable.
     
  15. Go Fast

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    Love them. When I shot compound that is what I used. Now I use magnus with my recurve, don't no how they would shoot with it.
     

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