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    First Archery Elk Hunt. Broadhead question!

    I will be hunting next year in Wyoming with Trophy Mountain Outfitters for my first elk hunt. I am curious as to what you veteren archery elk hunters use for broadheads while elk hunting (Fixed or mechanical and which brands). Any help would be appreciated as I mentioned before, this will be my first elk hunt.

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    G5 montec 100 or 125 hone them a tad when you get them.

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    I would try to stay away from mechanicals.
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    I agree with the fixed blade, I shoot G5 Montec 100gr.

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    G5 Montec 100 gr. is what I use and taken two bulls with it and point of shoot to recovered elk{on both}was under 50 yards.
    Can you handle the challenge.... hunt hard but safe!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by bluedunn0 View Post
    G5 montec 100 or 125 hone them a tad when you get them.
    I second This

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    I shoot a two blade Magnus Stinger. I think anything with a leading cutting edge, that is sharp will do the trick, good luck to you.
    Shoot STR8

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    Muzzy three blade 100 grain

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    Striker or Montec, I use 100 gr. for now but 125 if your preference

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    100 grain montec.
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