Muzzy 3-Blade Fixed-Blade Broadheads
After lots of reading reviews, and talking to other hunter friends of mine, they steered me clear of any mechanical broadhead, and told me to use either Muzzys or G5's. After reviewing these two broadheads, and talking with the staff at Bass Pro, I decided to go with the 100 grain Muzzy 3 blade because I kept hearing how you don't have to re-tune your bow with the Muzzys, you just screw them on and go.....boy were they right! I actually shot the practice head better than my field points. I shoot a Mathews Reezen 6.5, 29" draw, set at 70 lbs. and these work great. Looking forward to the hunt.
October 29, 2010
I've hunted for a long time. The Muzzy 125 - 3 blade heads were the most reliable heads I ever used. I switched to the 100 grain heads a few years ago to get more speed. The 125s give better blood trails and seem to blow through a little more than the 100 grain ones. Both are very good broadheads. One of the nice things is they fly very well and quiet. Almost all of my shots have been complete pass troughs. The blood trials with the 125 grain heads are incredible. Most deer drop within sight of my treestand.
October 5, 2011
two days ago i shot an 8 pt whitetail at 30 yds. the arrow glanced off a twig from an overhanging limb and careened into the deer's rear haunch. i backed out and came back the next morning. found him after following a blood trail for 200 yds. the muzzy 100 g. 3-blade went through both legs, breaking the far leg and slicing through both arteries. a lesser point, like the ones i used to use, would have left this deer injured and untrackable.
October 10, 2012
Bagged my first deer with this. Had a clean pass through at 15 yrds and easy to follow blood trail. Flied strait and true. The doe made it 25 yrds before it died. Went straight through the liver and both lungs so any broadhead would have worked hitting those areas but with a fixed blade you don't have to worry about expadables not doing what they are supposed to do.
October 5, 2010