Magnus Stinger Fixed-Blade Broadheads
i have only bow hunted for 2 years but i have already bought 2 bows, 4 sets of arrows, and 6 different types of broadheads (im a sucker for every new thing) but i have been using these broadheads for the last 6 months and im hooked! they shoot right with my fieldpoints and were the sharpest broadheads i have ever seen (this is straight out of the package with no sharpening from me) iv tried the rage and shot a rabbit and it didnt even pass through (shooting a #60 pse stinger) the stinger passed through a doe at 30 yards and then went onto skim across a shallow creek of rocks and it had absolutely no damage....lifetime customer
October 17, 2010
Hit 2 deer, both complete pass trough, broke rib and shoulder blade on one. One ran 35 yards and the other 20 yards. Blades are sharp on arrival. They shoot straight, but I think on this issue you had better have a verified true flight by paper testing at 8 feet and you should be shooting consistently good shots otherwise a slightly bad release will probably magnify a miss when you have fixed broadheads of any brand. They are sharp from the package, but not quite sharp enough to shave. It was hard for me to improve on the edge with hand sharpening so I now leave them alone until they are shot in the dirt, then I resharpen.
November 6, 2012
I've never used Magnus broadheads before but purchased them on a recommendation from a friend. First, I was impressed with how sharp they were out of the box. They flew very similar to my field points. After dozens of shots I was able to easily return them to a razor sharp edge. I hunted with them a few days ago and a very nervous doe approached. I shot but she "ducked the string". The shot ended up being high and back, which any bowhunter knows is a bad situation. Although there was very little blood (all remained in the body, even though the arrow passed through), the deer dropped within 80 yards of the shot.
December 15, 2010
I switched to the 2 blade Magnus Stingers last year. Wow!! I shot a beautiful 7 pt. on opening day at 5 yards. Awesome blood trail. Too bad I didn't need it. He only made it 20 yards before he piled up. Same story with the doe I shot a week later. In one side and out the other. Hopefully I'll get to use one when I'm in Illinois this November. I know they won't let me down.
July 18, 2007