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    largest cutting mechanical broadhead

    i was just curious who makes the largest cutting mechanical broadhead on the market. i know of the vortex 125grain 2 3/4 inch 2 blade broadhead. also vortex makes a 125 grain 2 inch cut 3 blade broadhead and i was wondering which broadhead would do more damage the smaller 3 blade or the larger 2 blade?



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    id have to say the 2 inch 3 blade would do more.
    slicing is slicing,but the 3 blades,now thats a wound channel....

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    Rocket/trophy ridge Tom-O-Hawk 3 1/2" cutting dia. 3 blade
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    Buckbuster is pretty big too.

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    Buckblaster

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    Guillotine 4" blade. But it's used for turkeys

    Oops. it's not mechanical...sorry.

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    Vortex 125grain is a 2 3/4 in and 100grain is 2 1/2in

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    hammerheads are sweet

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    has anyone had any luck with the Buckblaster? them things look wicked, I wouldn't mind using them if I knew they flew good.
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    Quote Originally Posted by PikeCoBoy4Life View Post
    has anyone had any luck with the Buckblaster? them things look wicked, I wouldn't mind using them if I knew they flew good.
    I can't find the pics, but I posted them on here 2 years ago I think, maybe 3. I shot a doe in the neck and it was a MASSIVE hole!

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    Hypershock 125's will leave an exit wound big enough to stick your boot in it, but you best shoot a heavy arrow to make sure you punch through with authority.
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    Buckblasters are the biggest that i know of.

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    I shot the buckblasters last year on two does. Both deer just dropped. I shot them without the extra fixed blades because they fly terrible with them in. The fix blades also do not fit in the broadhead correctly. The broadhead created huge blood trails and I had no problem with getting complete pass throughs as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by huntinhard24/7 View Post
    Rocket/trophy ridge Tom-O-Hawk 3 1/2" cutting dia. 3 blade
    When I bought some they were called the sledgehammer.
    3.5" 3 blade, biggest around.

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    Question

    How do the Buckblasters fly with out the fixed blades on them?
    Do the fly just like your field points??
    Do they still make the Tom-O-Hawk broadheads??

    Thank you

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