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Many excellent choices these days.

My own go to's in order of game toughness, tbe quarry being pursued and the fire power of my set up. :

1, VPA 250 gn two blade
2, VPA 250 gn three blade
3. Big Jim 300 gn three blade
4. Simmons Tree Shark

Have proven selfconfidence in all of the above.

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VPA makes quite a variety and as has been stated is behind a lot of great heads....
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Zwickey Delta or Stos.

The Eclipse looks promising as well, but I have not killed anything with it yet.

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The old bear razorheads......that's all I've ever used since the early 1970's.

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Woodsman original
Grizzly single bevel
Bear Razorhead

Pretty much in that order

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Zwickey Delta 4 Blade

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Zwickey or Magnus. I wish the old green head Bear points were still readily available.

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Muzzy Phantoms
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Hard to beat the Ace line of heads. Their 165 gr Express is a personal favorite. If you like them wide, the 175 or 200 gr Super Express should be right up your alley.

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I keep going back to the grizzly single bevel but I would definitely use a bigger head on whitetail if I could get good flight.
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These guys know what they are talking about


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Originally posted by Birdbow:
Another vote for Cutthroats SB!!



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Grizzly single bevels for two blades and VPA for three blades. Lots of great broadheads available.
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I like the woodsman, magnus UK & grizzly heads.

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Magnus II (stupid auto correct)

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pronghorn long bow 54#
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Bill Carlsen
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They do not make Razorcaps any more but they are my favorites. Fortunately got over 50 of them so I am good. If I didn't have them it would probably be the original Woodsman or a Muzzy Phantom. Both are easy to sharpen and penetrate like crazy.

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