Magnus Stinger Fixed-Blade Broadheads
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Magnus® Stinger Fixed-Blade Broadheads feature knife-grade stainless steel blades for bone-splitting penetration. An aircraft aluminum ferrule for better accuracy on faster bows. Spin tested for accuracy. Ultra strong Diamond Tip provides superior performance for deep penetration and large wound channels. Main blade is replaceable or can be sharpened for longer use. 1-1/16" cutting diameter. 3 pack.
- Stainless steel blades
- Replaceable main blade can be resharpened
- Durable ferrule made of aircraft-grade aluminum
- Diamond Tip on main blade
- Spin tested for accuracy
- 1-1/16'' cutting diameter
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 53
Rated 5 out of 5 by joesph razor sharp
these are excellent quality shave sharp right out of package. i like to keep my gear as simple and with as few moving parts as possible. that's why my broadheads are non mechanical and my crossbow has no wheels. i will buy some more of these for sure.
November 15, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by muckamuck Strong stuff
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
Rated 4 out of 5 by Jerud Look good
Cant wait for season to put them to actual use. They fly well and only minor tuning to match field points.
May 10, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 Wonderful Product
I shoot the 2 blade out of my re curve and they shoot wonderful, they fly just like my field points. The same goes for my compound I shoot the 4 blades, I shot them out to 60 yards and they fly great. I shoot a doe last year at 57 yards and had a clear pass threw and still stuck in the ground 4 inches, all I did was clean it all up and put it right back to work. I have shot so many different broad heads and let me tell ya 3 years ago I switched to these and will never go too anything else.
November 22, 2011
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