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 5 out of 5 Outstanding
I was attracted to the idea of not having to track birds anymore, so I gave this head a try. It tuned just like any other broadhead and not only did it last through tuning and practice but I took two birds with one head that I can still use next spring.
I am very pleased with the performance and accuracy. With the quiver adapters it is very easy to carry and now I carry one through the fall as well.
August 27, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by delawaressexiest good for deer
i shot these turkey hunting last year and acually had pass threws on them so i decided to take them deer hunting fist night saw a doe shot it threw both shoulders unbelievable penitration took two steps and droped like a pack of sinkos lol the next night a 5 point monster scored at 128 shot him in one lung at 52 yard!!!!!!! ran only 40 yards!!!!!!!!!! feilg point acurrasy
August 10, 2008
Rated 1 out of 5 by Horace Avoid this junk
Shot this head at a foam target. It planes left or right like you are throwing a whiffle ball.
Worst broad head on the market.
July 27, 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.