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Magnus Bullhead 100gr or 125?

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this is my first year im seriously going to attempt to take a turkey with my bow. i shoot a mathews reezen 7.0 with maxed out 60lb limbs and a 27in draw. i can hit apples all day out to 30 yards. should i buy the 125gr heads for the extra inch or the 100gr for the weight?
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I am doing the same thing and I have purchased a pack of each. I have decided to go with the 125s, and use the Victory Bullhead arrows. I can't really give you a good reason why I chose the 125's though.:confused:
 

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personally iprefer the 125 over the 100 because the extra cutting has made a difference for me and the flight has been excellent with for me. the bullhead arrows work great on both size heads. lifetime guarantee. thanks
 

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Well i dont turkey hunt much ... more if i can shoot one legally ill let it happen so i dont own them 100 or 125 grains but i can throw in some input. the 125 grain will bump up your foc making your fletching stabilize your arrow quicker and with all that broadhead flying through the air i would think that better stabilization would be better for accuracy. plus if anything did go wrong that bigger cut may save you. my .02
 
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