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Muzzy ONE Broadhead
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Contributors to this thread:
dg72a 13-Mar-19
APauls 13-Mar-19
12yards 13-Mar-19
ohiohunter 13-Mar-19
spike78 13-Mar-19
Dale06 13-Mar-19
Jack Harris 13-Mar-19
JTreeman 13-Mar-19
Glunt@work 13-Mar-19
Paul@thefort 13-Mar-19
Ucsdryder 13-Mar-19
Dooner 13-Mar-19
ohiohunter 13-Mar-19
Treeline 13-Mar-19
Glunt@work 13-Mar-19
Jack Harris 16-Mar-19
DConcrete 16-Mar-19
Matt 16-Mar-19
JTV 16-Mar-19
Jack Harris 16-Mar-19
JTV 16-Mar-19
Bou'bound 16-Mar-19
timex 16-Mar-19
Bou'bound 17-Mar-19
From: dg72a
13-Mar-19
Just picked up a 3-pack of these fixed broadheads. Anyone tried them yet?

From: APauls
13-Mar-19
It is special how?

From: 12yards
13-Mar-19
Looks like a Hellrazor, Montec, VPA, Snuffer type 3 blade. Probably a great head.

From: ohiohunter
13-Mar-19

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I like the looks of it, where does stainless stand on the steel charts?? I think vpa is D2 steel. Muzzy has caught my eye w/ the HBX and now this. I'll wait for the testing to roll in

From: spike78
13-Mar-19
Meh boring

From: Dale06
13-Mar-19
I see that they can be sharpened on a flat stone. Been there done that with other similar heads. In my opinion you cannot get them as sharp as a removable blade BH where you can put on a 20 degree or so angle. I’ll pass.

From: Jack Harris
13-Mar-19
my favorite kind of head - I would use that on anything without hesitation. I am confident I could get it as sharp or sharper as any factory blade.

From: JTreeman
13-Mar-19
Instant write off for me, only available in 100gr.

—jim

From: Glunt@work
13-Mar-19
Too light for me but that type of design on a flat stone can get scary sharp. The angle isn't like a 2 blade but once its all honed it will shave. I have sharpened a lot of Snuffers over the years.

From: Paul@thefort
13-Mar-19
Is it any different than the Montex 5 three blade?

From: Ucsdryder
13-Mar-19
Jack I don’t see how you can get a 45 degree head as sharp as a 19 degree head. I shot Montecs back in the day. Tuned great, flew great, never could get them sharp enough.

From: Dooner
13-Mar-19
JTree & Glunt, It is absolutely no problem to use a well made 100gr broadhead to build an arrow with more weight up front. I use 50gr brass inserts with 100gr BHs routinely. 100gr brass inserts are also available.

From: ohiohunter
13-Mar-19
From the looks of it it looks to be machined from one piece of steel, not like the montec cast. I could be wrong but that’s just based on the pic.

From: Treeline
13-Mar-19
Looks good. Too bad they don’t make it in a useful weight.

From: Glunt@work
13-Mar-19
I could make it work with inserts I but have a tackle box full of heavy heads and I like to keep things simple.

From: Jack Harris
16-Mar-19
agree i would want in 125gr.... Can't see why it would work better than my 125 vpa's, so no need to try it. Both are machined, not welded.

From: DConcrete
16-Mar-19
Never understood why welds bother anyone. Welds done right are stronger than 1 piece. The weld should be the strongest point. Not the weakest. So again, done correctly, it’s betrer.

From: Matt
16-Mar-19
It is because other similar BH's (e.g. Magnus) that were welded tended to fail at the welds. While in theory the welds should be the strongest point, in practice the opposite has been the case.

From: JTV
16-Mar-19
100 gr is a great weight for me, its all I shoot, but I cant sharpen worth crap, so I'll stick with replaceable's (Slicks) thank you very much ....

From: Jack Harris
16-Mar-19
JTV send them to me I will sharpen for free...

From: JTV
16-Mar-19
lol ... no need to sharpen Slicks .....

From: Bou'bound
16-Mar-19
They said those Montag G fives were easy to sharpen to it’s the same principle and it wasn’t easy or worth it

From: timex
16-Mar-19
you can put a hollow ground edge on em with a fine grit slow moving round wheel

From: Bou'bound
17-Mar-19
They said those Montag G fives were easy to sharpen to it’s the same principle and it wasn’t easy or worth it

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