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I am new to bow hunting and i would like to know what is the best broadhead to use in a Matthews Drenalin. Also i would like a

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  • rudyglove27
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    Agreed with buckhunter and + 1 for you sir!!!

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  • shane mcelroy
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    i shoot a wasp bullet 85gr out of my mathews and i would never use anything else!

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  • BigWoodsHunter57
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    G5 montec

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  • dirty
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    the G5's are awesome, i have killed 3 deer with them since they came out and i am still using the same broadhead, the other 2 new ones are backups. very easy to sharpen, i used flat blade zwickeys for 15 years until the G5 came out.

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  • shane
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    Thunderheads are awesome, they used to be my go to broadhead. I'm saying this because the fact that I forget them now is a testament to how awesome Montecs are.

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  • hjohn429
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    You should try several that you like and then decide which flies best. I recommend trying the Magnus Buzzcuts, NAP Thunderheands, and the G5 Montec and Striker.

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  • BigBboy25
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    Muzzys are good, I have used them a lot along with the Shuttle T-locks and I actually prefer them over the Muzzys.

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  • buckeye
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    Magnus stingers are my favorite

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  • Big O
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    I've used the NAP "Thunderheads", Muzzys, Like them both. I'm looking into the G5's and the Rage line now.
    Good luck and good hunting.

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  • Kentucky Hunter
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    it would be muzzys any thing else is just another wast of money .to me

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  • rocky d bashaw
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    i use thunderheads and have been successful using them.

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  • matouse3
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    Liberty- I agree fully. I have been using Thunderhead 100 for the last 3 seasons after sinking a bunch of money into some mechanicals and other brands. They fly very close to the practice tips and strike home with authority. Great broadheads and fairly reasonable especially if you can pick them up after season. Like mentioned above- never go into the woods without practicing with the broadheads themselves.

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  • libertyfirst
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    I've had very good success with both the mechanical and the fixed blade heads. The Thunderhead 100 is a head that I've used an awful lot and I've never had any problems with them. I've never had an arrow with a Thunderhead stay in the deer, they have all gone straight through. The biggest buck that I've ever tagged with a bow was shot with a thunderhead and that particular head had been used on three deer. One of the great features of this head is that
    it's very easy to sharpen with a diamond hone.

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  • NolanOsborne
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    I have muzzy's and crimson talons, both fly like the Jesus.

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  • shane
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    G5 Montecs are worth the price. They are very durable, easy to resharpen, and can be used to kill multiple animals. They are stone cold deadly, too.

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