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Magnus black hornet for elk??
Looking for input from those who have used Magnus Black Hornet 100 gr for elk hunting
I’ve loved em for whitetail
Used them...great results!
How did they shot out to longer distances??
Long distance flight is awesome
They are strong, I can get them super sharp, and they leave massive holes. I sliced through offside front deer leg bone. I was hesitant to use on elk, due to potential penetration loss because they are so big..
go kill an elk,,,, its a no brainer,,,,, any Magnus is going to drop just about anything,,, I shoot the buzz cut
I would use them in a heartbeat, great head. Fly well, COC and sharp..... I think they are tougher/stronger than the Stingers, which many times are my go to head. They would be on my short list for most anything, elk included.
I shot a giant-bodied, 6 x 6 Roosevelt last season with a 100 grain Black Hornet, but it was a close shot, and I double-lunged him without even hitting a rib entry and exit. I can tell you they fly like darts and are insanely durable. I have shot some blacktail bucks with them the last two seasons, but similar lucky shots, where I didn't really "test" them. Before that I used Buzzcuts and before that Shuttle T's, all excellent.
Taking them for Moose this year...
I shot 2 bull elk with them and both short tracking jobs. I used the 125 grain version. Fly great. Nothing not to like about them.
I have killed two deer with them and will continue to use them. There tough heads and are easy to sharpen. They fly through deer like nothing. I would use them for Elk for sure.
Very accurate heads....fly very similar to target points. There isn`t a N. American animal you couldn`t kill with it.
Awesome head . You will love them
Thanks for all the feed back and input. Very helpful. I’m going to pick up a pack and start practicing with them.
Stinger or Buzz cut. 150 grain 504 arrow out of a 69# 26" draw went threw, pass thru, opposite side shoulder blade of a 260 bull @ 20 yds. Tune the blades and they fly fine as long as your fletching is equal.
I'm shooting them now......great flying head and ultimate penetration. They still have the best warranty guarantee on the market.
Went through this guys front shoulder and all the way to the knock. He made it 50 yards
Very good broadhead. Killed a 6x5 in Montana this year with the black hornet 100 grain head. Bull died within sight. I use them for elk and whitetail deer. I would highly recommend them.
Heck of an elk split. Congrats!