Muzzy® 4-Blade Fixed-Blade Broadheads
Hollow-ground, hardened steel TroCar Tips cut on impact and shatter heavy bone for maximum penetration while minimizing wind planing and enhancing arrow stability in flight. Unique blade system lets you change from practice to hunting blades in seconds. Vented .020" stainless steel blades lock into slotted aluminum ferrule with patented locking system. Six pack.
Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 56 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by rchad2321 Back to Old Reliable I switched to the Rage a couple years ago but decided for the money you cant beat the four blade Muzzy tough and reliable October 10, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by apexlax7 Believe the HYPE! Last year I decided to try the Schwackers. Biggest waste of $40 ever. So, after losing a big doe and shooting under a nice buck, it was time for a change as I practice everyday and know it's not my shooting that was the issue. After reading numerous reviews about how strong and accurate these broadheads are, I gave in and decided to give them a try. Well, I will NEVER use another broadhead, period. On the second day of the season this year, I had a buck in full velvet I hit at 15 yards, flew just like the field point, double lung shot. Deer didn't make it more than 60 yards. I was even more impressed by the size of the hole these things put in him! Oh, and the arrow/broadhead will be used again, hopefully taking a second deer with the same broadhead. Blades are still sharper than ever (even after being stuck in dirt from the pass through). HIGHLY RECOMMEND! September 15, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by TXBowunter Muzzy 125 gr 4 blade superior performance I have been bowhunting exclusively for 18 years with over 37 whitetails and 11 turkeys taken. The first year I tried 100 gr NAP Thunderheads and was very disappointed; prior to that I had never lost deer gun hunting and lost 3 that year. I switched, based on recommendations from a friend with extensive bowhunting experience, to Muzzy 100 3 blade and was extremely pleased for 15 years. Three years ago after shoulder surgery I had to reduce draw weight from 60 to 51 lbs. For the first time I did not get total penetration and lost one deer. I then switched to Muzzy 125 gr 4 blade for better cutting capacity and deeper penetration. I was always impressed with the performance and blood trail left by the Muzzy 3 blade, however the 125 4 blade is definitely superior. Even with 51 lbs from a Hoyt Prostar and 29" ICX carbon total penetration, including a quartering shot and better blood trail. Only one of 7 deer has traveled more than 40 yards with the 4 blade. All of the rest have gone down visible from the blind. I have never experienced sight-in difference from field points to Muzzy broad heads, shooting at moderate speeds. You do not need ultra speed and high poundage if you place your shot correctly and restrict range to 30 yards. Try the Muzzy 125 4 blade you will not be disappointed. Good luck and good hunting! August 2, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by MAC67 True flight I find that they they fly true and flat out to 25 yards at 60-63 lbs. (28") With that said, the Cutting Dia. is a little small. Make sure you hit your mark. The small dia. cutting head will not make up for a mis-hit. February 16, 2011
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A:It does not. I just picked one of the three and use it for practicing. WARNING! these shot right through my foam block target!
Details:i have carbon fury arrows, will this head fit my arrow?
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A:Not sure. I use them on Gold Tip 5575 shafts. Fits good for me.
A:Yes they can. Rages are usualy the ones to watch out for on that matter.
A:I have been practicing with my new Fury cross bow using 20 inch carbon express bolts, with 4 blade 100gr.Muzzy broad heads. very accurate.
A:I have NEVER lined them up and they fly like field tips.
A:vvery because if you shoot two diffrent arrows then they will fly diffrent. it may take some time to do it but get some crazy glue and put it around the screw in part of the broadhead and then screw it in then you will ever have to do it again
A:Don't bother. It doesn't help at all. Too many other things that matter more.
A:Recommend you take your bow to a professional bow shop to assist with setting your bow up and tuning. I have shot both 3 and 4 blade Muzzy's and all have shot to the same point of impact as field points for my bow. If shooting less than 30 yards I can even exchange between 100 and 125 gr. without adjusting sights. Since I restrict 95% of hunting shots to 30 yards this is never a problem.
A:I shoot a 80# Bowtech and they fly like field tips out to about 45-50 yrds after that my groups open up to about 1.5 inches which is still pretty d**n good. I almost always take farther shots on deer I dont know why I just always have. I do like the lighter grains if Im trying to plug a Buck across a field. If im just taking doe for meat I use the 125 gr they sound like a 45 when they hit deer lol. Great Broadheads. 1 more tip, I use a tiny tiny tiny amount of clear nail polish on the inside of the tip when I put them together seems to make a huge difference when its blowing through tough bone like bear shoulders ect
A:Deadly accurate. They fly EXACTLY like my field points, even at 30 yards. Took a buck in full velvet second day of bow season this year, first time using them. I will never use another broadhead. PERIOD!
A:I have use both 3 blade and 4 blade Muzzy and they all have shot at the same point of impact as my field points. I shoot a moderate speed bow and do not have any issues.
A:no they are very hard to get to fly out of faster bows
A:Yes, they are hard to find but can be ordered directly from Muzzy web site.
Muzzy and most retailers sell a practice blade set.
Details:I want to get my dad some different broadheads for hog hunting. I'm wondering what grain you would suggest? He has a Horton crossbow with 150lbs draw. The blades he's using now couldn't tell you who makes them isn't cutting it.
A:I had to reduce poundage from 60 lb to 51 lb and switched from the 100 gr. Muzzy 3 blade to the Muzzy 125 4 blade and got better penetration and blood trail. Try it or the new MX 4 blade for your dad. The 150 lb Horton is not an ultra fast crossbow so the MX designed for speed bows probably not needed. I would try the std Muzzy 125 4 blade first. Hogs are tough and the heavier broad head will penetrate better.
A:I would use the heaviest blades possible so that you take advantage of the horse power of the cross bow. I would not get hung up on having to have a 4th blade but that does not mean 4 blades won't work. The key here is to practice accurate shooting. As you know, a hog has thick pads on his shoulders that can cause bullets to bounce off. Shot placement is key.
A:you can't shoot a big fixed head from a crossbow. you will not be accurate. also, most mechanical heads can't hold up to the speed of crossbow and open in flight or come apart while hitting the deer.
if you like muzzy heads try the mx series. they are designed to be more accurate at high speed. also, there are some heads, fixed and mechanical, specifically designed for crossbows that you might want to look into. the atom broadheads are another good choice out of a crossbow.
100gr heads will balance most arrows well.
A:The bigger the better for hogs. They have that thick armor, and it's tough to penetrate. I would consider a cut on impact, like the phantom.
A:i would say for hogs he needs the 125 grain. but if you get him the 100 grain it'll still do the trick
A:Crossbow users oftentimes get better arrow flight with HEAVIER than standard broadheads. 100 grain is the most popular size for standard bows, but there are two new broadheads from Excalibur and Sonic this year that are 150 grains and designed specifically for fast crossbow setups:
Excalibur Boltcutter: item number 888-898-00
Sonic Bolt Sonic: item number 888-889-00
These heads are both 150 grain FIXED-BLADE heads. You may want to give them a try.
If the customer prefers an expandable head, then 100 or 125 is going to be the best choice.
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