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BrushWolf
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Well I have used many different things. I always liked 4blade zwicky deltas. But here lately Simmons has been in my quiver treesharks mainly.

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texbow2
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175 gr Woodsman Elite, non vented. Are these the same as VPAs? Also like the carbon snuffers(does magnus even still make them)
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imbowhunt10
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Grizzly Instinct
Woodsman
Snuffer....in this order of preference, although any of the three are first class broadheads.

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mec lineman
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Simmons sharks, wensels, grizzlies

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huskyarcher
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Woodsman

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bucknut
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Cutthroats and Woodsman elite/VPA
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Jim Casto Jr
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So many good heads these days and all of them will do fine. I've been using Grizzly's for several years now.

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I really like the woodsman heads. Easy to get sharp and short blood trails.
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David McLendon
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I don't have "A" favorite, but I bought a slew of 160 Magnus 2 blade before they quit making them. I haven't found anything that they won't kill, I'd shoot a T-Rex with one.
Simmons Tree Sharks I have and like but the Centaur heads are heavier built and available in glue on. Snuffers have never let me down and are an easy blood trail to follow. All are easy to sharpen up to the point that you are scared to be in the same room with them.

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SuperK
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Zwickeys, Ace standards, Magnus II. I've narrowed it down about as much as I can....

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have a few bear razorheads left from the early 70's that I use from time to time. Went through a time where 125gr snuffers were my go to head. Last 20 years or so been mostly about 2 blades, grizzly, rib tek and stos. Lately been settled on ace 145 or 160's. Pretty rough out of the package, but like razorheads respond very well to file sharpening. So I can touch them up in the field with only a file. Very good quality at a good price.
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Nowadays we are blessed with tons of great broadheads, lately I am been using single bevels. The only 3 blade I like are the VPA, Cutthroat , Grizzly, Abowyer, Tuffhead are all on my quivers. Since they are sharp I can go wrong.

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Deltas and No Mercy,both in my quiver
Terry

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VPA Terminator 250 grain 1 1/4" screw-in, and Big Jim's Big-3 300 grain 1 1/2" screw-in...

Also use Magnus 1 2-blades 135 and 160 grain weighted up to 250 - 260 grains with steel adapters...

Honorable mention: Snuffer, Zwickey Delta, Silver Flame DS, Centaur Big Game and Battle Axe, Simmons...

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VPA 175 grains

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