Muzzy 3-Blade Fixed-Blade Broadheads
Muzzy 3 Blade Broadhead Review
The muzzy 3-blade six pack is a great value for the money. It flies very accurately and has compact packaging for easy storage in a bow case. In my tests I've had better penetration from a few other broadheads but overall the Muzzy 3-Blade gets the job done and will serve you well.
October 23, 2013
The best broad heads hands down!
I've used muzzy for years and had switched back to three blade this year. The three blade 100 gr fly perfect out of my mathews bow. I have them on the carbon express maxima hunter arrows.... Very good combination. I do tune my broad heads to the vanes. Mine are extremely accurate! So, if you want a dependable three blade. Just remember one word! MUZZY.
October 22, 2013
I have always been a fan of fixed blade heads and I would say that these are the best I have ever used.
Three shots and three kills so far in 12 months. Really like the assembly, they stay together no matter what you put them through and they fly very well when shot from a well tuned bow!
October 15, 2013
Never doubt, just re-tune!
I made the mistake of switching to a three blade rage a few years back due to flight problems I was having with my muzzy three blade 100gr. I was two days away from opening day and my arrows started flying all over the target. I panicked! A friend came to my house with his arsenal of broadheads. I shot crimson talons, monotechs, slick tricks, thunderheads, and some others I don't remember the names of. Nothing was right. Then I shot a rage. It flew perfect! So I painfully bought a three pack. Two weeks later I smoked a doe with a rage. I thought, "hey these things work!" Then the next weekend I shot the best buck I've ever had a shot at with a bow. But unfortunately had no luck recovering the deer. I was in shock! I had made a good shot but he was quartering away some. The broadhead didn't pass through. It had lodged into his shoulder bone on the other side. In the end I found that the muzzys wouldn't fly right due to the bow being out of tune. The next season with a well tuned bow and the most B.A. broadhead ever invented I crushed a doe at 42yards through both shoulders and she dropped like she had been hit by a 50bmg! I've shot 12 deer since then and not lost one. So I'll admit some mechanicals fly straighter in less than perfect set-ups, but who cares if its going to cost you a trophy of a lifetime because the stupid thing can crush a bone when needed! And for anyone who says a muzzy ain't tough... I accidentally shot one through a 8" block wall one time and I just needed to resharpen it. It went clean through both sides of the block too! Try that with any other broadhead made and you will be replacing it. Bad to the Bone. Is not just a catchy marketing phrase. Its the truth that puts that beast on the wall and not in some coyote's stomach in the next county!
July 27, 2013