Muzzy® Phantom Fixed-Blade Broadheads
Total confidence for the serious big game hunter. The 4-blade design includes two .040" primary blades and two .028" secondary blades, for ultimate penetration performance. 1-1/8" cutting diameter. 3 pack.
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by buckmusk Muzzy Phantoms I've used the 4 blade 100 grain broadhead for years. I've harvested deer and elk with it and it has never failed to do what a broadhead is supposed to do. February 27, 2009
Rated 2 out of 5 by themick31 Takes time to tune versus targets This is a large broadhead and can cause some impressive damage at a good price. The problem that I have had is the significant difference from my target tips to these broadheads. I put a G5 on and was within an inch of my target points at 40 yards then put on this Muzzy and was 8 inches off of my target points. It is easier for me to pay the extra 10 bucks and keep from moving my sights all over the place for target shooting. If you sight in with these and don't target shoot then this would be a good deal but I like to shoot around during the weekends so I will be buying some G5's. November 9, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by Billnsarah Drop'm quick ... Love these things , I have always shot Muzzy's . Switched to Phantom's this year , cant complain at all . Within 3 weeks time I took a 225lb black bear in canada ( complete pass through , excellent blood trail , bear went less than 20 yards and dropped ) , next was a doe on opening morning ( complete pass through , excellent blood trail , deer went about 25 yards and dropped ) . These things fly straight and hold an edge . I wont shoot anything but Muzzy's and these are my choice . September 29, 2008
Rated 5 out of 5 by tarponnut An excellent broadhead!!! I have used these on two hogs with complete pass throughs and great bloodtrails. On one hog I hit it too far back and it still only went 30 yards and bled out fast. The true test is on less than perfect hits. December 17, 2007
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Details:Of course, I realize that turkey hunting is all about shot placement, but I've been searching for a good broadhead for turkey for a while now. I realize that feel (so to say) has a lot to do with the answers I may get to this question, but I simply want to know if this will provide enough penetration to take a turkey down without sacrificing all of the potential meat I may be able to get.
A:Great for turkey penetrate well and the blades seem to flex between bones without breaking them.
A:It is a great broadhead for penetration but will not tear up the meat with good shot placement
Top 100 Contributor
A:get a head called the "guillotine" im not sure if thats how you spell it but it works great for turkey.
A:Yes you can use them on turkeys, they will kill turkeys but in my opinion there are better choices. I like the Rocket Hammerhead for turkeys.
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A:These will do a good job on turkeys. Anything with a 2-blade fixed blade design is really good at getting penetration. However because of the resilient nature of turkeys after being shot, I like to shoot the Magnus stinger Buzzcut because it hase the serrated portion which does a little more damage. It really does not tear the meat up much.
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A:the bleeder blades you can take off the head and will turn the 100 grain broadhead into 80 grain head. the head works great and killed a hog yesterday with it.
A:They give you more cutting area and a larger wound channel.
A:The bleeder blades provide additional cutting to increase the flow of blood and they also make a bigger hole at entrance, passing through and the exit; therefor, a lung shot will have a bigger hole in the lungs, or a heart shot will have a bigger hole in the heart thus the deer dies sooner.
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