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Offline cougforester

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Magnus Broadheads
« on: October 31, 2017, 03:48:23 PM »
Just picked up a new bow (to me). Prior to purchase, I did a bunch of research and everything that I've found made it seem like Magnus has some good products.

I'm especially partial to the Stinger 125 grain 4 blade broadheads linked here:

Anyone had experiences with these, good or bad?

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Re: Magnus Broadheads
« Reply #1 on: October 31, 2017, 04:35:32 PM »
Ive been shooting them for a long time and have been happy. They fly straight & kill critters.

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Re: Magnus Broadheads
« Reply #2 on: October 31, 2017, 04:35:47 PM »
As far as a COC head, I think they are outstanding.  Only issue you may have is getting them to fly true and group with field points.  That is a lot of surface area.  Just make sure your bow is tuned as well as it can be and stay within your max  comfortable distance.  Good luck with them!

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Re: Magnus Broadheads
« Reply #3 on: November 04, 2017, 07:12:28 PM »
I have been hunting with Magnus for many years.  Recurves, compounds they do well for me.  I agree with the tuned equipment comment however I have found many broadheads require that as well. They will shoot as well as a field point at distance. They perform fantastic and I have never been letdown on there toughness. You can't beat the lifetime guarantee and I have made use of it many times after blasting through elk.  I have noticed when you have a clean pass through with a COC broadhead the animal hardly knows they have been shot.  Since I have switched to Magnus I have witnessed more animals fall within view. It has taken me years to find what I like in my setup and these work for me.  Like any gear everyone has a reason why they choose it.  I bought all kinds of heads and ended up liking these for my recurve setups and kept it for my compounds.  Shoot what shoots well for you and go with it.


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