Fixed Blade Poll

Whatcha Like? (I hope that I didn't forget any!)

  • VPA/Snuffer/Snuffer Elite

    Votes: 8 13.8%
  • Slick Tricks, all styles

    Votes: 18 31.0%
  • Montec CS/Montec/Hellrazor

    Votes: 7 12.1%
  • Stinger/Buzzcut, 2- or 4-blade

    Votes: 7 12.1%
  • QAD Exodus, either

    Votes: 3 5.2%
  • Terminal or Shuttle T-Locks

    Votes: 12 20.7%
  • Wac'Em, all styles

    Votes: 3 5.2%

  • Total voters
    58

Brandon Pattison

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I am not going to consider an expandable...


I started this thread and had to bail. So my poll options were a little late. Sorry. At any rate, I have been doing some research and I know a lot of guys swear by the Ulmer Edge and Rage (both of which had a lot of internet ink regarding failures). A lot of guys swear by the RamCat. However, for all intents and purposes I am not including any of these three in the poll due to it being a Fixed Blade poll.
 
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CaseyU

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Montec. And pairing blazer vanes with montecs is like shooting lazer beams for me
 
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vcb

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Standard insert thread.....slick trick standard 1"

Deep 6....I want to try two..I have on order a pack of "solid" broadheads and also the quad exodus.
 

littlebuf

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love the shuttle T's 125gr. they hit exactly like my field points. one of the big reasons ive not bought a new bow in the last 5 years is how incredibly well tuned mine is with these broad heads.
 

Ridge Ghost

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All of the heads mentioned above will do the job and fly well if your bow is tuned. I really like VPA 3-blades. They are super tough and sharpen easily.
 

Tdiesel

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shooting slick trick standards here and have had good luck with them but most these days fly well if your tuned correctly
 

Coyote Commander

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Im a magnus stinger fan. Havent seen much need to "experiment" with something new in the twelve or so years ive been shooting em.
 
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Brandon Pattison

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Has anyone ever done any long distance accuracy testing? That is assuming that the individual broadhead, arrow and bow combination are all tuned well.
 

Juan_ID

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Never have got to test them on big-game but that'll change this season! :) But I really like my terminal-t, fly better than any others I have tried and are alot sharper than any of the other heads I have tried as well... Don't see myself switching anytime soon. And when I'm shooting good I have gotten good groups out to 80 yards...
 

Bowhuntr64

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I used to only shoot Slick Tricks...till I tried the Exodus. They have the best balance of cut size (1 1/4"), flight, ferrule strength, edge retention, and penetration of any head I have shot. They are similar in design to the Ramcats, but they are way, way, way more durable. I have shot more than a dozen different animals with them, and they are almost always read to be used again after being found.

I just tested the Deep Six Exodus last week. I shot three hogs with the same head, without any resharpening. The head still looks like it just came out of the package.
 

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Craig4791

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I am shooting Slick trick Mags, I was testing the new 125Gr full blade Exodus head and they were great flying heads and built like a tank but even the Full blade model is illegal in some states so i had to let them go.

Slick Tricks are the sharpest BH's i have ever seen and fly very well.
 

bowuntr

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Muzzy for the past 20 years... absolutely no reason to go shopping for another broadhead....

BTW... I would never, never shoot the same broadhead at a second or third animal without changing blades or resharpening... Ed F
 

Ethan S.

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Shuttle T, I have tried others but always go back to them. I think I am done experimenting.

BTW... I would never, never shoot the same broadhead at a second or third animal without changing blades or resharpening... Ed F

Gotta do it, a broadhead can never be too sharp.
 
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