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    what is the most accurate flying fixed broadhead

    hey guys iwas in the market for some new heads but i want to switch from mechnical to a fixed head i hate shooting somthing one and either not getting a pass through or junking my head and i was wourndering wat were you guys thoughts on wat is the most accurate true flying fixed head out there thnks



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    I would have to say the one that is launched from a well tuned bow
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    I recently made the switch as well to a fixed blade BH. To the G5 montec...I'm getting field point accuracy to 40 yds (haven't tried further distances yet). Shooting a Switchback at 68+lbs at about 291fps.

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    bh

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    you are gonna get tons of different opinions

    my old thunderhead 100s shot great for years with a little tuning...then i switched to Rage 2 blades last year just to try a mech...this year i am thinking about going to Slick Tricks
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    the smallest one,or one with the least amount of blade surface,the atom would fit the bill.

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    getting same POI with Montecs out to 60yds

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    Quote Originally Posted by old Graybeard View Post
    I would have to say the one that is launched from a well tuned bow
    +1 ...........85 gr. thunderhead
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    Don't know about the rest, but MA-3 by DelMa are the very best I've EVER shot for accuracy when substituted for a field point.

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    How about the NAP Bloodrunners, either the 2 or 3 blade. You get the best of both worlds! The 3 blade flew great for me last year!
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    I agree 100% with other statements about a well tuned bow. Without that no fixed blade broadhead will fly well.

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    A fixed blade has to have a well tuned bow and a perfectly square arrow shaft. A spin test will show if the arrow is square and the BH is concentric. Most of the better brands of fixed blades will shoot just fine. You should test each one because there will always be the occasional BH that wan't made perfectly or has been slightly damaged on a shot. I've had good luck with Montecs, Thunderheads, Steelforce and Silver Flames.
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    Quote Originally Posted by old Graybeard View Post
    I would have to say the one that is launched from a well tuned bow
    Thats a mouthfull of truth. But all else being equal.I havent shot everything out there. But comparing Thunderheads. Muzzy's, Steelforce and Magnus 4 blade Stingers out of the same bow The magnus were the best flying broadhead ive ever shot.

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    Here you go.
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    G5 Montec

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    Slick Trick Standards or Magnums. Never tried the Grizz Trick or Razor Trick. Muzzy MX-4's, Shuttle T-lock, G5 Montec and pretty much anything else if you have a well tuned bow. I used to shoot thunderheads and they worked great just switched to slick tricks a couple years back because I wanted to be on a band wagon! lol

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    the one shot from a properly tuned bow...no really i am joking but then i am not. most of the fixed blade bh's fly really well but may require the bow to be tuned to the head. i have shot several and landed with the G5 Montec 100g for this season. still looking for something better and may end up with a silver flame or simular 2 blade before i am done but for now that is where i am at. I have also shot the CE F15 100g, and Muzzy 3 and 4 blade 100 and 125g with good results.
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    wow thnks guys alot of input but i still am lost but will try ssome mentioned any other opions would be great to

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