Magnus Stinger Buzzcut Fixed-Blade Broadhead
I have used the Buzzcut 100 grain for the past two seasons now, and have yet to even considering changing. As a hunter I have the mindset that I have no need to change something that is working well. This product from Magnus will fly just like your field tips with better penetration. Deer will drop when struck with this broadhead. Also, These are easy to tune compared to the usual 3 blade broadhead. The use of a rubber o-ring will allow you to find the right configuration to match to your arrows and vanes or feathers.
July 18, 2008
I needed a good cut on impact broadhead on my wife's low poundage bow. So I went with these Magnus Stingers in the 85 gr. I set these up on my wife's arrows and after tunning her bow to group broadheads and field tips together they are now on my recommended list. Them little 85 grainers are really tough lookin on her CX100's. I'm happy with the penetration she gets out of these and we were so close to getting her first bow kill on a young 8 this past season. However given it was her first time shooting at a live animal she finally understood why we keep hunting. Buck fever hit her so bad she totally missed the deer by a big margin. She froze up and released the arrow before even getting her anchor point. Regardless awesom product and she's ready to redeem herself this season.
March 6, 2008
I saw these being used on TV and decided to give them a try. I bought a pack of three over the summer and started shooting them. I did not have to make any changes to my sights and the they fly very nice. I have shot three deer with them this season. One dropped in its tracks and the blood trails on the other two were awesome, one making it only 25 yards.
I really like the ability and ease of reshapening these, used same broadhead on two deer.
Pretty pricey but the lifetime warranty helps with that.
December 13, 2009
Very Good Broadheads
I'm sure there are better heads on the market but until the quality of these heads lessen, I'm going to continue to use them. They punch through well, make nice size holes and I can't remember a time that I didn't have a good blood trail. They seem to fly pretty straight and haven't dulled out over multiple uses. I would say if you are looking for a good head to try, give these a chance, but if you are happy with the heads you are using, don't.
April 18, 2013