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post #21 of 26 (permalink) Old 08-31-2010, 08:46 PM
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I gave the remaining Rage broad heads to my son and went back to the Muzzy MX3's. I should have stayed with them last year. I saw the damage on 2 bucks last year and put in the right spot the rage heads are what they advertise, gigantic in-let holes. However, put any broad head in the vitals and you will have venison. I'm not sold on mechanical broad heads yet but they have come a loooong way.
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post #22 of 26 (permalink) Old 09-01-2010, 12:01 AM
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Not that $30.00 grows on trees mind you, its still a good chunk of change. but I just bought a new pack of 100 gr muzzys, guess that says what it says for trying the rages, aint going to happen if I have to pay for them. but in case they are listening, Ill field test them and report back right here.

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post #23 of 26 (permalink) Old 09-01-2010, 04:36 AM
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Personally I like the expandables & I can't exactly tell you why
when I got back into bow hunting a few years ago they are what I bought & stuck with them. I only paid $25.00 & change on ebay for the rage (new) so I figured for that price I would try them I will hopefully be able to report on them this year as I have 4 tags to fill between NH & NY archery season so I am not going to be to pickey on the first one need to get some meat in the freezer

sounds like the site needs to partner up w/ some good companies so members can test products I think we have enough members willing too
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post #24 of 26 (permalink) Old 09-01-2010, 12:02 PM
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Magnus Stinger

I got a tip from a man who had bow hunted for years to try the magnus stingers and they are awesome. I use the 100 gr. The best thing about them is you can resharpen them if they become dull. PLUS they have a lifetime guarantee. If they get bent or dull, just put them back into the box they came in and send them to the factory they came from and you'll get 3 brand new ones back. All for around $29.
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I got a tip from a man who had bow hunted for years to try the magnus stingers and they are awesome. I use the 100 gr. The best thing about them is you can resharpen them if they become dull. PLUS they have a lifetime guarantee. If they get bent or dull, just put them back into the box they came in and send them to the factory they came from and you'll get 3 brand new ones back. All for around $29.
i've heard some pretty good things about those broadheads. as i posted i a big fan of cut on contact and unless i'm mistaken the stinger is cut on contact.
post #26 of 26 (permalink) Old 09-06-2010, 09:35 PM
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Has anybody tried the F 15 expandables? A buddy of mine told me I ought to try them. He said they were awesome, but he is the only one that I knowthat has used them.
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