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 Post subject: broadheads
PostPosted: 30 Jan 2007, 13:19 
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does anyone have some good suggestions on good broadheads to use for hog hunting. I am using 125 thunderheads as of now. Thanks.

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PostPosted: 30 Jan 2007, 13:43 
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That should work. I use muzzy, but thunder heads are good.

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PostPosted: 30 Jan 2007, 13:58 
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You got the right broadhead on, good shot placement and you'll do fine.

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PostPosted: 30 Jan 2007, 14:03 
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Ah, a topic I actually know about :)
I use Crimson Talon's for all of my deer hunting. The penetrate just like a Muzzy (another great product) but I am hooked on the helical design of the Talon. Just my thoughts on this

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I use steel force titanium sabertooth with bleeder blades. Very sharp and extremely good broadhead, will go through about any animal.

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 Post subject: stingers
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Magnus stingers. Very solid, very mean. They are easy to re-sharpen, and they look real manly too 8)
But the thunderheads are great too, I know a lot of hunters who have had great success with NAP Broadheads

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I have been using Thunderhead 100's for years. Killed a bear and quite a few deer with them and have never had a problem.

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PostPosted: 09 Feb 2007, 17:12 
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It's hard to beat the orignal muzzy 4 blade 100 grainers.


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