Magnus® Stinger Fixed-Blade Broadheads
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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 4.6 out of 5 by 51
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishinty Best broadhead
These broadheads are the best I've ever used. Well worth the money.I shoot 55lbs and get pass throughs everytime. They fly pretty close to a field point, but for a fixed blade they are great. Now I see why Ted Nugent uses them. You could shoot them over 100 times through a block target and resharpen them and they will be razor sharp.
August 10, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by bronzebackspecialist bloody
If you want to see something thats just awesome, all you have to do is shoot a deer with one of these baby's and watch the blood fly.
March 15, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by mopemeat bull elk
Last year my wife shot a 900 lb bull elk with one of these heads at 22 yrds with her 45 lb Martin Leopard and the arrow went all the way through till it hit the shoulder bone on the other side. The bull fell over 50 yrds away. I also shot a cow elk and it went through like butter and it went 70 yrds. they fly like field points even at 300 fps.
March 2, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by PecanSpringsRanch Weak
I shoot a PSE Omen @70# and prefer a 2 blade fixed. I tried these broad heads because they are the closest thing I could find to the old Bear Razor broad head. They never made it into the field. They bent in the foam target sighting them in. They may perform better on a recurve or long bow but with late model compounds they will not hold up to the kenetic energy of the arrow if they enter the target just slightly off kilter, (i.e. shooting in a stiff cross wind).
January 18, 2011
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