Muzzy MX-4 Fixed-Blade Broadheads or Replacement/Practice Blades
I have been shooting muzzies for the past 12 years and these shorter versions mx-3 & mx-4 since they appeared and these heads have never failed me
and are truley bad to the bone. They fly straight and
are super sharp with unbelievable punch through
power when used with a carbon arrow. no need to ever look for a better head because these are IT !!
October 29, 2014
I get you need to tune the bow when you throw this type of broad head on, but the flight pattern on these broadheads is stupid. Two out of the three of the heads were fine, the third though flew like a broken duck. Checked weight and they are all with-in specs but that third one is machined worse than Ford injectors. Going to switch to mechanicals after this. Spend the extra money, and injured deer in not worth the money you'll save.
October 25, 2014
Still Using Them!
I have been using Muzzy MX-4 broadheads for a years now and have had great success. I haven't had the tuning issues that some have mentioned in the reviews, but have had some friends that have. I have taken countless deer with this broadhead, six this past season (3 bucks, 3 does). All but one fell within sight, the other was just poor judgment shot/angle on my part, but had no problem tracking.
I'll continue to use Muzzys until I have a good reason to switch. No reason to fix something that's not broken.
March 4, 2014
Great broadhead. Sharp,durable,shoots like a field tip. I have shot mechanical broadheads and was only able to locate 2 out of 5 animals. After going back to muzzy broadheads,I am 3 for 3 all monster bucks, none of them going past thirty yards, one was over 300 lbs.
December 19, 2013