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Muzzy MX-3 Fixed-Blade Broadheads or Replacement/Practice Blades

   

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3

75 Grains

1-1/4"

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3 Pack
  • $26.99

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100 Grains

1-1/4"

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3

100 Grains

1-1/4"

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18 Pack

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Replacement Blades Only
  • $19.99

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3

100 Grains

1-1/4"

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18 Pack

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Practice Blades Only
  • $11.99

  • SKU: 1377573

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Muzzy® MX-3 Fixed-Blade Broadheads are the latest edition of the short-profile MX series. Their ''bad to the bone'' reputation is a direct result of the hollow-ground Trocar tips which feature a 1-1/4'' cut for maximum damage and a clear blood trail. To increase strength, all three .025'' stainless steel blades interlock within the aluminum body.

  • Hardened steel TroCar Tip
  • 1-1/4'' cutting diameter
  • Blades interlock in aluminum ferrule for additional stability
  • Vented .025'' stainless steel blades
Muzzy® MX-3 Fixed-Blade Broadheads or Replacement/Practice Blades 4.6 5 86 86
success every time! Bought these broad heads last year and didn't have a chance to really shoot them until I shot a small 9 point in archery season in ohio. The arrow blew through the shoulder and out the other side. The blood trail was over a foot wide! What a beautiful sight. Just shot them this year now for target practice and was putting them in the bulls eye at 20,30, and 40 yards. Love Muzzy all my archery deer have had a muzzy through them. June 6, 2012
Works great! First broadhead I have used. Took up bow hunting last fall at the age of 50. Got a pack of MX3's after reading some positive reviews. I am very satisfied. Took a doe at 30 yards last October. Made a bad shot, a gut shot that passed through the opposite hind leg/thigh. She went about 40 yards. Thought the broadhead might have caused the bad shot, but tested with field points when I got home and found my sight was off, hitting about 5" right of my aim. I had dropped the poundage on the bow without re-sighting in. Didn't know it would make any difference as far as right to left flight. The other reason I was so far off was that, as a novice, I did not stop her before shooting. She was walking as I pulled the trigger. Lesson learned. The muzzy performed very well. I will have to work on the hunter. April 14, 2012
best broad head i kill my first bow deer with this broad head witch was last fall but my 150 inch 9 point buck came walking 30 yards away and i shot him and he didn't know what hit him the arrow made a complete pass though like then was nothing there and he ran 40 yard turn around looked at me and fell down got back up for a second then he was done. best broad head ever good. March 6, 2012
Crazy A long story short, I was shooting Thunderheads until I missed twice, knew it wasn't me, practiced with them and they were all over the target. So, my buddy gave me one of his muzzy 100's that had clearly already been used because it had mud on it. However, I figured I'd try it and I'm glad I did! Two deer lined up in front of me and I took a shot with my Diamond and carbon furry arrow. The deer I aimed at dropped 15 yards away and I watched her die while the one behind her dropped right away and took off running. In disbelief, I found my arrow in the dirt where I aimed it and I recovered the second deer about 50 yards away. A clean pass-through on both deer! I will never buy another broadhead! February 6, 2012
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how many are in a package

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Typically 3 broadheads for mx-3 and mx-4. The older model like the 3 and 4 blades typically comes in a 6 pack
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Usually 3 in a pack.
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3 broadheads and 3 blades for each, also has 3 practice blades for 1 broadhead
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there are three heads in a package
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Which is better the larger cut or the extra blade???
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I personally switched from mx-4 to mx-3 as the 3 blade tuned better for me. In terms of killing power both will work the same. I have had no issues with 3 blades doing the job. Larger cutting area = better change to hit more vitals.
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in my experiment i think that the larger cut is beater for hunting deer. there is the first punch of the shot so is should go in no matter how many blades. the larger the cut the more dammage
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I like the 3 blade better but i know people who use the 4 blades who have awesome results on them aswell. Id say get whatever you like because theyre both gonna kill the animal with a good shot everytime
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larger cut is much more important
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Well, it depends what you are hunting. For big game i would recomend the 3 blade eith more penetration, for deer and other game like that you can use the 4 blade. With the 3 blade you can hunt everything.
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I would say the larger cutting dia. for sure.
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My experience is with the 3 blade (MX3). I chose the 3 blade because it is a very stable flight design and pass through cutting patturn. One extra blade may be better. However, the 3 blade (MX3) is so effective at killing deer that I don't know why I would need the MX4. More is not always better. Think of a pyramid or triangle verses a square. Which is more stable?
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Larger cut. As long as all the blades are sharp, 4 blades aren't better than 3 and the 4 blades sometimes plane when 3 won't.
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I use both and have the same effect.
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honestly you cant go wrong wit either but i shoot the 3 blade and love the in the 100 grain it just depends what flies better with your arrows.
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The one that flys better from your bow. When I used to use these the 4 blades flew better for me. Blood trails were about the same. Both blew through deer easily and stayed together well. Blood trails were decent with good shot placement. I shoot only Magnus Stingers these days. Muzzy's are good, Magnus fly better for me.
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No..but you can purchase a pack of practice blades that have a good amount of sets.
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Yes they did but they where milled incorrectly and would not allow the tip to screw on. So I shot the real thing and will not use them as they dont shoot the same as the practice tips. They where consistant to the same spot just not on target. I cannot return , I suppose, as I used them . But I saved them and the faulty practice blades in case someone from Muzzy company wants to look at them.
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Yes. each pakage bring a set of practice blades. and thet fly trully
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yes, all of the muzzy's do
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Yes, every new package of Muzzy broadheads comes with practice blades.
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One set.
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yes they have 3 practice blades
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Yes, they come with one set of practice blades per pack. However they do not fly anything like the actuall heads as they are not the same size or weight in some cases. I bought some replacment blades and put on the actuall blades tuned my bow that way and they fly great
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i've only killed i deer with a bow and it was with a spitfire, great broadhead just not durible, my dad is making me pay for all of my hunting things and i dont want to waist my money on something thats not worth hunting with.....
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do yourself a favor and buy these, you'll never buy a different broadhead again! i shot 3 deer with the same broadhead last year. i promise you you wont regret this purchase!
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very good. It's durable, accurate and very reliable. You can hunt almost everything with it. I hunt wild boar, fallow deer, roe deer and red deer with it. No problem. And i'm using the 100 gr.
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Great for someone starting out. No worries about a mechanical failure and you'll get better penetration with a fixed blade. I would strongly suggest a fall away rest with these fixed blade broadheads. This is a great broadhead
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Don't let the beginner thing get in your way. I started with Muzzy MX3s and killed 2 deer the first day in the field within 50 minutes of each other. So I guess you are not a beginner anymore when you have effectively killed your first deer with a bow. Remember most hunters never kill anything so even some of the old "seasoned" hunters don't know what you do about actually killing a deer. If you want a reliable broadhead for every hunt. Buy Muzzy. I will use them as long as they keep making a great product.
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Muzzy is the only broadhead I use and I've been bowhunting for nearly 30 years.
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They are a good blade to start with, progress with, and grow old with especially if you are on a budget. There is no way you are “wasting” your money on these. Hopefully you will always be able to find your arrow and replace the razor blades, but if you cannot, the heads are less than $10 each. While it hurts to lose a $10 head on $10 arrow, being out $20 is not the end of the world. Better yet, find the arrow and you are good to go for the next hunt!
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go with the 3 blade there awesome man in 100 grain and really durrable.
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Yes these would be. this is my first year bow hunting and they are very durable. They aren't expensive either so I would say yes
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if you want a dependable head the muzzy is it. I've shot through a spike once. I broke 2 ribs on the right side, got both lungs and the liver and a TOTAL pass through. I couldn't find my arrow that day, but my dad found it two days later 20 yards past where i had hit the deer. he then stepped it off. I had made nearly a 50 yard shot on it, so a total arrow flight of nearly 70 yards. I could have used the blades again, but i regulated them to my practice blade supply as I only practice with my broadheads.
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This is a great broadhead and is very reasonably priced. It is the first broadhead I shot and after experimenting with other broadheads I will continue to shoot the Muzzy MX-3. I used them as a beginner and would recommend them to anyone.
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I think that for the money these broadheads are a good broadhead. I personally have used muzzies since I started bowhunting four years ago and haven't had a problem yet.
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