Muzzy's

hunter115

6 pointer
Aug 16, 2005
382
Nelson Co. KY
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?
 

deadaim

12 pointer
Dec 12, 2001
6,730
Booger Hollar
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?

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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gobblergetter

8 pointer
Apr 21, 2008
651
boonville, Indiana
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
 

WildmanWilson

12 pointer
Dec 26, 2004
11,898
Western Ky.
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.
 

muddhunter

12 pointer
Oct 18, 2005
4,894
louisville
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.
 

deadaim

12 pointer
Dec 12, 2001
6,730
Booger Hollar
Hunter I hope you have results like Deadaim. Keep us posted.

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....
 

retiredbowhunter

8 pointer
Aug 23, 2006
617
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.
 

muddhunter

12 pointer
Oct 18, 2005
4,894
louisville
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....

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...?
 

catsfan

6 pointer
Sep 30, 2002
162
Lexington, KY.
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.
 

HUNTINGMAN

12 pointer
Nov 7, 2008
2,485
Harrodsburg KY
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.
 

Go Fast

Spike
Nov 11, 2006
71
London Ky
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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