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. Three 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.
Wide cutting widths for clean deadly head and neck shots
No straws or plastic shields required for smooth flight
Rated 1 out of 5 by TPDMAN Slider Broadhead
You never know where this broadhead will fly. No two shots were alike. I love the Magus Stinger broadhead but they missed the boat on this one. I tried this after using the Gullitine (didn't like the assembly and straws but it flew true). I am back to the gullitine ( love the quick kills)!
March 3, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by HoytHunter1 can't wait now!
Ohh, man, I am pumped for turkey season. I shot this head for the first time today and to be honest, I was a little nervous about them flying erratically. but after my first shot at 10 yards, I wasn't worried at all. they flew perfect out of my setup of a Hoyt Avenger + at 46 lbs, 500 grain Easton Axis arrows, 100 grain bullhead. but just so you don't break the blades, don't shoot them into a regular broadhead target. a layered open foam target works best. Or if you don't have an open layered target, a pillow hanging from a rope so that it can swing works phenomenal! yall have fun this spring! p.s. the picture was with 6 shots, no tuning required for me.
February 28, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by MidwesternArcher Best Broadhead on the Market!!!
I have personally taken five tom turkeys with the Magnus 125 gr. Bullhead, my wife has taken three turkeys with the 125 gr. Bullhead, and my dad took one big tom turkey (while the bird was walking) with the 100 gr. Bullhead! I witnessed all these kills and the Magnus Bullhead is the ultimate headshot broad-head for turkey hunting. I adjusted my bow sights and could regularly hit a thumbtack at 12 yards with the 125 gr. Bullhead. Personally, I adjust my sights with every broad-head when switching from field points to broad-heads. I shot straight vanes on un-cut 32” arrows. I was not planning on taking shots over 15 yards, although I have seen turkeys shot at 30 yards with the Bullhead. With the large head and long arrows an aggressive feather helical will get the arrow spinning and stabilized for longer shots. Indexing the blades the same on each arrow will produce consistent flight. Using the Magnus Bullhead I was able to take multiple birds with the same head, easily replace dull blades, make accurate shots that produce quick kills, and ultimately have a blast doing it! If you want to head shoot a turkey, the Magnus Bullhead is your broad-head! *****
August 29, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by GBBLGBL Superior turkey broadhead
This past spring I switched to the Magnus Bullheads. I was intrigued with the idea of the head and neck shot on a turkey. I have only taken body shots on birds previous to this with large mechanical broadheads. Well at the completion on the 2008 season I was impressed. I was able to complete a Grand Slam (Osceola, Rio, Merriam, Eastern) in the 2008 season in a 7 week time frame and all four birds were harvested with the Magnus Bullhead. NONE of these birds took a single step after they were hit. Simply AWESOME head for turkey hunting. If you know how to tune a bow with the proper arrow these heads will fly right with field points. Thanks for a great product Magnus backed up with superior customer service.
August 28, 2008
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
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.