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    Best 2 Blade Broadheads ?

    New to Traditional shooting, was wondering what is the best 2 blade broadhead for sharpness and durability. Thanks



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    Quote Originally Posted by nitro stinger View Post
    New to Traditional shooting, was wondering what is the best 2 blade broadhead for sharpness and durability. Thanks
    Too broad a question, there are too many to pick one.

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    They are all pretty decent - Ace, Zwickey, Magnus and others - once in a while you hear about one brand bending etc.. I think that has to do with the heating method used to install the broadheads (heat only the ferell) not the blades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by VA Bowbender View Post
    Too broad a question, there are too many to pick one.

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    Didnt Think it was that hard of question, there has to be one you favor over another.

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    One that you can tune to fly and keep sharp.
    It is that simple.

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    Magnus

    would have to second the vote for magnus, buzzcuts are my fav but not sure bout sharpenin them stingers are easy to sharpen over and over and hey you cant beat any company that offers a no questions asked lifetime warranty and o yeah uncle ted shoots em.
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    Grizzly broadheads are getting popular. I like the 190 grain El Grande.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SteveB View Post
    One that you can tune to fly and keep sharp.
    It is that simple.

    Steve
    The only thing I would add to that is durability. I've shot a lot of the big name heads on the market. Some of them I wouldn't use again even on small game.

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    Some of my favs that I have used and some of my friends have used.

    STOS, Magnus, German Kinetics and Simmons

    I haven't done enough research to make a definitive decision on what I believe to be the best 2 blade broadhead.

    Ray

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    For big game I use the old bear glue on's all most exclusively.
    For small game I use Tuskers,Wendsel woodsmen and a couple of other common brands,,,their all much the same.
    To sharpen any of them I start with a Mill ******* file and finish with either a round flat stone or a butchers steel.

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    Zwickey. BUT, I have some sharp Grizzley El Grande's to try out.

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    I would say that besides the MA-2... learn how to sharpen whatever you use.

    Ma-2 are great heads, but they do in fact have some lava rock issues. Now.. for lava testing results,

    Bear Razor
    Zwickey
    Snuffer

    the only three I've used besides the MA-2 are truly tough blade/heads.

    As an aside for three bladed heads... Bodkins and MA-3 are truly awesome flying heads with a limited cutting diameter compared to snuffers, for example, fly great and can be easily sharpened.

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    Not sure if there is a best. So many great 2 blade heads out there.

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