Post by DeerStalker on Jul 25, 2005 21:56:56 GMT -5
I haven't tried them myself but I wouldn't think they would be much different. You may need a little more Kenetic energy to get a good pass through but other than that, I don't see what the difference would be.
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Post by olesixbeards on Jul 26, 2005 6:48:50 GMT -5
I switched to four blade Muzzy's. I thought I might experience erratic arrow flight but so far I've had no problems at all. I've taken a couple of big bodied deer with them and had clean pass throughs on both. As long as the bow is set up right and you have the clearance for the four blade heads they shouldn't be a problem
In a bow that is not set up properly I could see bad things happening with four blade heads vs. 3 blade vs. 2 blade.
Post by addiction_to_spurs on Jul 26, 2005 8:37:53 GMT -5
When I shot the 125 grain Muzzy's they were four blade heads, I now shoot the three blade 100's. I never saw any difference between the two as far as one being harder to tune or any flight problems. And once it hits the intended target, I don't think one extra blade is going to cause much more resistance AT ALL as long as they are SHARP.
I shoot the 130 grain 4 blade Muzzys and have NEVER had a blade failure!!!! When testing I shot through a new 3/4 piece of plywood at aout 20 yards, 15 - 18 inches of the arrow through, unscrewed the broadhead, removed the arrow, replaced the broadhead and the arrow spun true !!!! Tough to argue with that kind of strength.
I have broken them at the screw threads trying to remove them from the occasional arrow eating tree
I don't have this level of confidance in their 3 blade set-ups but use the 75 grainers in my light recurve, just haven't taken anything deer sized with it yet.
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