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

   

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75 Grains

1-1/4"

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3 Pack
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  • SKU: 1798209

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125 Grains

1-1/4"

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100 Grains

1-1/4"

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  • SKU: 1377571

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100 Grains

1-1/4"

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100 Grains

1-1/4"

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  • $11.99

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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
bad THROUGH the bone! i bought these about 3 months ago and have been shooting the practice heads since then. yesterday i finally got to try them out on a doe. i made a failry bad shot on it. i tracked the doe 140 yards. the blood trail was great! when i found the doe i found that i shot it through both front shoulders. my arrow completely passed through at 42 yards through both shoulders and the broadhead is in perfect condition still! i used to shoot rage and i knowwww they wouldnt have done that. this is the toughest broadhead out! and it flies great out to about 60. it gets a little wild past that and i can put fieldtips at 70 about the size of a baseball October 18, 2011
great Bought this broadheads the other day and love them i use to shoot the bloodrunners and they do not compare to the muzzy. I shot the muzzy into a tree stump and drilled it and they still fly like my field point they do not lie about field point accurcey October 10, 2011
Just like field tips!!!!!!!! Look here.. I have been bow hunting for 24 years and used many broadheads out of several different bows. Starting with a fixed blade ( the cheapest i could find) when I was 9 shooting a 45# indian bow and had no problems kill'n deer and pick'n my arrow out of the dirt and beat'n it off and it was ready to go again but the problem was I couldn't even hit the target going from field tips to broadheads. Tried other fixed blades( razorbacks- wasp-and so on) but none shot true to field tips but all kill deer fine. I went to expandables bout 20 yrs ago I started shooting ( rocket mini blasters) and they shoot the same as frield tips so there was no tuning required and would wack a huge hole but had to deal with rubber bands finally used them all up. Then bought some off brand expandables kill'd deer with them but were cheaply made. Then went to rocket sidewinders and they shot the same as field tips and had no problems kill'n deer but i missed the same deer 2 times at 30 yrds and couldn't figure out what happened after doing some research finding that my rubber bands were bad so I started checking them more often but just didn't trust them any more so I went to rage 3 blade and let me tell u them dudes fly strait just like a field tip and cut a massive hole and don't run 50yds. Took several deer with no problems with my Bowtech Tomcat and Diamond Black Ice. Then I got my new PSE Evo so I tried the rage pratice tip and it was dead on so I still wasn't for sure so I had a old rage so I shot it and it hit bout 4" high and 4" to the left and was dip'n and dive'n so I shot it again and the same thing. So I set up a piece of notebook paper bout 10' in front of the target and shot it again when it passed through the paper 2 of the blades was open so I thought the o-ring might be worn so I took a brand new one and shop it 2 times through the paper one time 1 blade was open and the other there was 2. So I shot them out of my boys Bowtech Pro 40 and when it passed through the paper no blades were open and dead on like field tips his bow shoots bout 260fps. So I went through my old bow box and found a old wasp so I tried it , it shot 4" to the left all 4 shots but was not flying straight so I done lots of research and checked out alot of broadheads and decided to take all the guess work out and go with a fixed blade. So I took as chance and bought a pack of Muzzy mx-3 100g put them on my arrow and set them to my fleching and shot them at 20 yds and it was dead on so I moved out to 25yds dead on- 30 dead on- shot 4 times at 40yds and still dead on and not the slightest wobble in my arrows. I can't believe how good these fly and I'm shooting a 27" Gold tip 5575 pro hunter with 2" blazer vanes and a speed nock that weights 349 grains shoots 392fps at 61# @ 29" draw. I'm sold on this Muzzy mx-3 100 grain and I know it will do the job cause it is 1 1/4" cut and sharp as heck. I found out talking to a guy at our local bow shop after I bought the mx-3 s that he had ran into a similar problem and he swaped the o-ring to a thicker more stout o-ring and it solved the problem with premature opening but I already had sold them and bought the mx-3s . He said these new bows shoot so hard some of the guys that are shooting expandables are shooting stout o-rings or ones made for crossbows. I'm happy with the mx-3s and always trusted a fixed blade more but it was just to easy to screw a expandable on and go hunting. Oh yea and after shooting it 7 or 8 times in the broadhead side of my target it would still cut paper .And by the way bow season opens in the morning and I will be shooting the same broadhead . I like the feeling of not having to worry if my broadhead opens or not plus u can buy 6 muzzy mx-3s for the price of 3 pack of most expandables. I'm sold!!!!!!!!!!!!! September 30, 2011
Always go back to Muzzy's For me Muzzy's have always been the staple for my broadhead choice. Sure you have to work at getting your arrows tuned for the broadhead and put at least a 3 percent off set helical when you fletch your arrows but I think it is all worth it. I put the work in and am not afraid at all to take a 50 yard shot with them if the conditions are perfect, but like I said, my arrows are tuned, and matched with the broadhead and I practice at 50 yards as much as I practice at 20. Awesome broadhead that has never let me down when I do my homework and practice. The only advantage I did not mark was "ease of use". It may take minor adjustments to your bow to get them shooting with your field tips but a fixed broadhead will exagerate any out of tuneness your bow may have. Once all the stars line up and you're matching your field tip accuracy with your muzzy's you'll be glad you spent that hour of your time getting it right for your own muzzy moment. September 30, 2011
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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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