SpokaneSlayer

Thanks BullsEye!!!

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I just picked some of those Magnus Stingers. They rock! Fly exactly where my old broadheads do with a lot more penetration in my block target. Can't wait to see what happens when I shoot at the next deer.

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No problem! Glad they are working out for you. Ted Nugent uses them too and that guy is a killing machine. Which ones did you get? Lets see some pictures. :D

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I would pull the bleeder blade off also IMO. If you do be carfull easy to get a boo boo and get blood all over the floor :D

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Was not me but some one in my family not going to say Tony (Peeker) :smiley-innocent-halo-yellow: . Here what I use ,its a muzzy ? the head rotates on the shaft that way it will go around bone better, sounds good . Tried it on a freshly dead coyote went right through it chest.Picture.jpg

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Nice looking rig. Those broadheads to some great cutting. unfortunately I hit the femur square on my buck today and I think the broad head is lodged inside the buck still. Hopefully you nail one in the boiler room. Happy hunting! =)

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Don't give up on him He'll still be good for awhile I bet he's down and dead with a cut like that.

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Glad to hear you guys are having good results with the Stingers. I looked at them this year but wondered how much of Uncle Ted's usage of them was possibly driven by sponsorship? After having a tough old raccoon run off with one of my arrows (I'm shooting 380gr sticks, + or -, right at 315fps and it didn't even pass through a 'COON!), I got rid of the Wac'ems in favor of Hellrazors. They came highly recommended by several members of Bowtech's Pro Staff & two other bowhunters I know, including pictures of kills to back it up. For me, they look good, pass the spin test, are sharp as hell, fly straight, have great target penetration, and are comparably priced. Just haven't had the opportunity to see how they perform on fur yet... Anybody else tried them?

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They look just like the G-5's. Never tried them, let us know how they work! I shoot the Wasp SST 4-blader's, 100gr. They fly very well, and when I shot my deer, complete pass through breaking the shoulder, 2 ribs and opposite leg bone. Can't beat 'em, especially for the price IMHO.

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