Muzzy® Phantom Fixed-Blade Broadheads

   

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4

100 Grains

1-1/8"

Quantity:
3 Pack

4

125 Grains

1-1/8"

Quantity:
3 Pack
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.

    Features:
  • Four blade design
  • Large .040'' primary blades
  • .028'' secondary bleeder blades
  • Designed for ultimate penetration for big game
  • 1-1/8'' cutting diameter
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 21 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Phantom These broadheads are great! I practice with both field tips and broadheads and i am more accurat with the muzzy phantom. I have yet to shoot a deer that this broadhead did not pass threw. You got to try them. August 11, 2006
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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.
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Great for turkey penetrate well and the blades seem to flex between bones without breaking them.
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It is a great broadhead for penetration but will not tear up the meat with good shot placement
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get a head called the "guillotine" im not sure if thats how you spell it but it works great for turkey.
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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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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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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.
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They give you more cutting area and a larger wound channel.
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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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