Magnus Stinger Buzzcut Fixed-Blade Broadhead
These are extremely accurate and Deadly. 10 pt at 8 yards-red dot was sighted at 20. Shot high and destroyed the spine. He dropped instantly and bled out quickly from a horrible shot
May 23, 2010
i have used other broadheads in the past fixed and expandable. i shot
a doe labor day at 15 yards and the arrow went rifgt threw her. and the blood trail was so good anybody could found this deer. and the broadhead is still sharp and not hert at all. and they fly like field tips
for me. penitration is unreal.
September 12, 2006
I used to shoot another broadhead type, but had trouble with alignment. I tried out the Buzzcut on the recomendation of a friend. There was no trouble with alignment, and flew straight and true. Also has a great warranty.
August 6, 2006
I have tried these (100gr 4-blade) and the Montec G5s recently. I like these for several reasons. They fly ALMOST exactly like my 85gr field points (why I don't know, but I like it). I shot them at 20 yrds and were dead on with my field points. At 30 yrds I noticed a little elevation drop but this was expected because of the wieght difference. The main blades are tough as nails. My dad shot my bow for the first time, missed the target, and hit a rock. The bleeder blades were broke off, of course, but the main blade was only slightly bent with maybe 1/8" of the chisel tip chipped off. Considering the impact (about 275 fps at 15-20 yrds) that is VERY impressive. My only two complaints about these heads are they make a little more noise than my Montec G5s and the serated style blade is a little tough to sharpen up to original sharpness. But the sharpening issue is easily corrected with Magnus Stingers Lifetime Warrenty. I just have to send them back in and the folks at Magnus will mail me brand new heads no questions asked! Now that is a company standing by its product. The warrenty alone is enough reason to go with a Magnus product. And the construction and performance are amazing.
February 12, 2009