Muzzy® MX-4 Fixed-Blade Broadheads or Replacement/Practice Blades
An economical way to enjoy the advanced design and pure destructive power of a Muzzy broadhead and its Trocar tip. The MX-4 is a 4-blade, 100-grain, short-profile broadhead with an extra-wide cutting diameter of 1-1/8''. Its super-sharp blades are built extra-thick to maximize impact on flesh and bone.
Rated 3.8 out of 5 by 39 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by bowhunterfanatic AWESOME BROADHEAD!! I have used this broadheads exclusively when I go deer hunting. The first deer I shot with them was at 30 yds exact, and the arrow went clean through her. It left a phenomenal blood trail and she only ran 20yds. These are great! July 13, 2011
Rated 1 out of 5 by PCBowhunter Never Ever Again I wounded the biggest buck of my life last season with this broadhead. The shot was right at the front shoulder and this broadhead penetrated a mere 3-4 inches at best. What a shame, I have killed many deer with other heads, and switched because of a sponsorship. Don't shoot these heads they are garbage. I was thankful for another opportunity last day of bow season! I released a Rage through the lungs of a nice 8 pt and had so much blood, we were trying not to get it all over us! It's nice to know the deer is dead within 10 seconds! Never Ever Again Muzzy!! Hours of time wasted in trying to get these to shoot straight and no two heads fly the same!! May 24, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by BowhuntingNWPA Typical Muzzy quality I have used these broadheads for 3 seasons. I have shot 6 deer, including 3 bucks with these heads (lost 1 doe). The biggest downfall is tuning. Now with just about ANY fixed head you have to shoot first and adjust your sights accordingly. I try to shoot broadheads for 4 to 5 weeks pre-season for accuracy and to make sure if something goes wrong, I have the time to correct it. The downfall is a destroyed target (Redhead brand) because even the practice heads are destructive. This of course is my issue and not Muzzy's, but really my only issue. On the plus side, I have never had a broken blade on any of the shots I took. There were some knurls on some of the blades, but I do not use them again anyways. One shot and they are done, even if I miss. I want razor sharp heads, so I adhere to this policy for myself. The blood was extensive in 5 of the 6 shots, and the only reason the last deer I shot was short on blood was due to a shot that went through the lung/liver/paunch and intestines plugged the hole. I did lose one doe last season as a result of bad shot placement. She bled like a stuck pig but I never did recover her. I think it was a paunch only hit and she went for 300 + yds before we lost blood. I returned the following day but never did find her. I would recommend these heads for they are devastating to bone and any vital organ they hit. I have 9 heads, and I practice with 5 and have 4 to hunt with. This ensures that the Trocar tip stays sharp for hunting. I guess that could also be a disadvantage is you can not buy Trocar tips except maybe direct from Muzzy. December 6, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by JOPFRMVA Broken? I used the 100 grn 4 blade MX4 and Parker bolt in my parker crossbow when i took a 25 yd shot at a doe. I aimed at the lung/heart behind her shoulder and shot, I dont know where I hit her but she jumped and kicked and I heard it hit - but when I looked for my bolt I found it on the ground right where she was standing, it was broken rite behind where the insert ends with no blood on it. After waiting an hour and with help from friends a blood trail was found and followed for a LONG LONG ways but ended at water but no deer. I dont know where she was hit or if I hit bone, I dont know if it was the broadheads fault or the bolt - u decide. This combination worked perfectly when used during target practice. October 18, 2010