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Magnus Bullhead Turkey Fixed Blade Broadheads

   

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Blade Count
Weight
Cutting Diameter
Other specs Quantity Price & availability

3

100 Grains

2-3/4"

Quantity:
3 Pack

3

125 Grains

3-3/4"

Quantity:
3 Pack

Enjoy top flight performance from a turkey broadhead without cut-impeding straws. The three-blade Magnus® BullHead broadheads sport wide cutting widths designed for deadly head and neck shots, eliminating the need for meat destroying chest shot. Strong .048'' stainless steel blades provide all season accuracy and durability and provide great flight characteristics shot after shot without straws or plastic shields! Blades are replaceable and can be resharpened when needed. One set of replacement blades included in every pack. Check your local game laws before using this broadhead in your area. 100 grain broadhead sports 2-3/4'' cutting diameter. 125 grain broadhead features 3-3/4'' cutting diameter. 3 pack.

  • Wide cutting widths for clean deadly head and neck shots
  • No straws or plastic shields required for smooth flight
  • Strong .048'' stainless steel blades
  • Replaceable blades can be resharpened
  • One set of replacement blades in every pack

NOTE: Due to the wide cutting diameter of the Bullhead, it must be used with arrows long enough to keep it in front of the bow's riser shelf at full draw.

Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Amazing! These things flat out rock! I tried everything else on the market first, which I regret! These come razor sharp right out of the package! The two big toms I shot last year, just dropped! Went no more than 2 feet! I was tired of tracking and losing birds and worrying about whether or not I made a good shot. You either hit or miss! And I think it's actually easier to place a head shot! It's a lot more fun, too! And if you bend blades, it's as easy as sending a picture in and getting new ones! Best warranty around! 100% satisfied! Thanks Magnus! March 1, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Fun way to shoot some turkey Never had so much fun before turkey hunting. Seriously, if you're looking for that next challenge, which I know most hunters do, the magnus bullhead is the way to go! February 27, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great For Turkeys After trying rage and guillotine broadheads for turkey, I finally tried the magnus bullheads and now I wish I would have tried them first. Great head, you either kill them or you miss them, its put together a lot simpler and is stronger than the guillotine broadhead. flys great especially when you use the bullhead arrows Magnus sells. Magnus also has a lifetime replacement guarantee. you email them a picture of your bent or broken blade and they replace it. GREAT WARRANTY FROM A GREAT COMPANY! February 6, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by great turkey broadhead the bullhead works better than advertised, flys great and they really are dead on contact. magnus makes very good broadheads and the bullheads really perform well and fly great. once you take a head off of a turkey you wont ever go back to body shots. magnus offers a lifetime guarantee on the blades and heads also. February 4, 2012
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Ive been looking at thease for a while but I don't know if you need the bullhead arrows can sombody help
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I would recommend using the victory arrow that magnus suggests you use because it flys very well using them...
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No not unless the spine of the arrow is correct and it is long enough to clear your riser and your bowsight. You need to use the stiffest arrow and 2 inch vanes is not enough for stability, you should use 4-4inch feathers or 3-5 inch feathers
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I just used a longer arrow and went from 400 to 340 and it worked for me. I can consistently hit a apple at 30 & 40 yrds
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Magnus recommends for head and neck shots only, they also work great for small game. remember if you bend or break one email magnus a picture along with your name and address and they will replace.
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bullheads are made for head and neck shots only. if you hit them in the body they will bounce off
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no the bullheads are head and neck only
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The 100 grain I could see it being effective on body shots,It will bury in my BLOCK target 3.5 ".I dont know about the 125, as it has a larger span and may not get the penetration required.
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No, This can only be used for head Shots. Due to the wide cut and the density of the feathers it will not penetrate enough to make a good kill shot. Even on the fastest bow. I do use these and They do exactly what they are designed to do.
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every thing ive shot has been body shots and they kill on the spot
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this head is recomended for head and neck shots only.
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