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    100 gr G5 Montec for sure. I've shot dosens of deer and 4 elk with 100% pass through. The last bull I shot was at 80 yds - stuck a foot into the bank behind him. None have ever broke a blade.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HuntWYODon View Post
    I believe Wac'em makes an 85 gr. ???
    Yes they do


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    Ill give up all my hunting in Michigan for 2 weeks in the high country

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    G5 montec or styker 100 gr. Fly the same

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    Quote Originally Posted by RUTTIN View Post
    Have tried many different heads, from fixed, replaceable, to mechanicals and always come back to my Magnus Stingers. They have never let me down if I do my job. Best part I can re-sharpen them easily.
    You said it. And lifetime no questions asked warranty (shoot it into a rock and send it in for a new one if you want), as well as being very easy to re-tune. I've been hammering on a couple practice heads for awhile now and have not had to re-tune them for a looong time, until recently. Quick and easy and fly like new.

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    And I will say, the only other fixed blades I've dabbled in have been G5 Strykers. I found them to be very weak and become out of tune way too easy to give me any confidence.

    My experiences only.....

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    Ramcats for me. The only reason I can see me not using them, is if they quit making them. Best flying heads I have ever used and they do what they were made to do very well.
    Buck went 40 yards, shot at 62 yards:

    Bull went 50 yards, shot at 40 yards:
    "For its in these mountains that I long to be, where I can hear God whisper down the creek and through the trees. Just one sunset and I know you'd think the same. Watch your worries fade 'neath a rocky mountain rain."
    Obsession Bows Pro-staff. "Fuel the Obsession"

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    I've had great results with both Muzzy 4 blades and G5 Montecs. Lots of clean, one shot pass through kills with both of these heads.
    llp

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    Love the RAGE in the CAGE.... but in Id fixed blade only. I like the shuttle lock T. Fly straight and they are a very stong blade.
    Whooooo!!! Knock'em out John

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    I just switched to the Slicktrick Mag 100grn. I had been shooting G5 T3's and thunderheads where I couldn't shoot expanders. They fly just as good out of my Carbon Matrix as the T3's do. If I do my part they are grouping inside 6" at 60yds.

    I will be trying them out the first week in September in WY for Muleys and Goats.

 

 

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