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    For me G5 montecs, fly straight for me , does the job , and they re sharpen great.

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    Have tried many different heads, from fixed, replaceable, to mechanicals and always come back to my Magnus Stingers. They have never let me down if I do my job. Best part I can re-sharpen them easily.
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    I am twelve and new to bow hunting, one of my friends said I should use a machanical broadhead but I ended up winning a free pack of wac'ems. I unscrewed my field tips and put on my wac'ems and they hit in the same place as my field tip. Does anyone know if they make a 85 grain broadhead.

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    +1 on the montecs love em. Tried wacems this year and also love them. Like the replacable blades on the wacems

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    The G5s are my choice, shot through two bulls and a whitetail with ease. fly great,tune great and i can depend on them when i hit an animal, they will not fail.

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    sidenote: when the archery shops out of G5s the hellrazors by NAP fly the same and basically same design

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    Quote Originally Posted by nmbugler View Post
    sidenote: when the archery shops out of G5s the hellrazors by NAP fly the same and basically same design
    They are usually sharper too.

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    Alright, I guess I''l jump in. I've used a lot of diffferent mechanicals over the years on elk. The only fixed blade I've ever used was a Satelite Titan on a bull at 20 yds. from a tree stand. Double lunged him , passed though and stuck in ground. the arrow and broadhead were perfect shape. Only the nock came off. I used the same arrow but with a 125 gr. 2 blade Vortex the following year on a cow elk. Wicked hole in and out above sternum. Last few yrs. have been using a 3 blade 100 gr. Rage. They do a good job but got tired of blades popping out all the time. I was going to try some G5 T3's until Ulmer's Edge came out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by archerycrazy View Post
    I am twelve and new to bow hunting, one of my friends said I should use a machanical broadhead but I ended up winning a free pack of wac'ems. I unscrewed my field tips and put on my wac'ems and they hit in the same place as my field tip. Does anyone know if they make a 85 grain broadhead.
    I believe Wac'em makes an 85 gr. ???

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    Rage 100 grain....I have had good luck with turkeys and deer......

 

 
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