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What’s in your quiver?

Jay_Disarray

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How did you like the ser razor so far? I got shipped the ser razor by accident when I ordered the regular ones, never got to try them

I love my Magnus Black Hornets, they've gotten a clear pass on everything I've put them through so far, and that lifetime warranty is brilliant
 

Exhumis

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How did you like the ser razor so far? I got shipped the ser razor by accident when I ordered the regular ones, never got to try them

I love my Magnus Black Hornets, they've gotten a clear pass on everything I've put them through so far, and that lifetime warranty is brilliant
I haven’t shot anything yet with them, I really like my buzzcuts tho. I like the ser razor has a more aggressive angle, hoping for bigger holes. They also fit in my quiver hood better, keep cutting myself!
 

BuffaloBill

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Black Hornet Ser Razors. I've tried others but keep going back to those. They fly well and you can't beat a lifetime warranty. Honestly don't know why I bother with others.
 

Nate

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Iron will wide, cutthroat 3 blade, tuff head evolution. Shot one buck with the iron will wide, need to use the other 2 yet. All seem to fly well inside 50 yards.
 

Razorbak66

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Those kudu points looks prettying interesting I’m running razor caps and Simmons tiger sharks this year again
 

raisins

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2 sevr 125 grain heads for longer/windier shots or when i don't want to worry about form and 2 qad exodus 125 grain heads for all other scenarios
 

Micneador

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Shot samurai (red ferrel) 125gr last year, cutthroats this year, have two sevr 1.5 to try out as well this year.

Trad bow has 200gr grizzlys on the end.
 

Mike Curtis

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Grizzlies, I am trying their double bevel this year and love them. Easy to re-sharpen in the tree.
 

vtbowhunt

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I run the Magnus Stinger Buzzcuts. Good blades but one of them exploded on a missed shot. The main body of the broadhead broke apart. I guess I just shouldn’t miss shots!
 

Pyronole

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Day 6 EVO X 125g...., hold a fantastic edge and blew through a quartering to doe at 35ish yards with no issues.
 

Tr33_n1nj@

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Changed my whole setup during the season after running one through the @** with my twizzle stick (not the arrows fault but decided it was as good a time as any). Went to a GrizzlyStik Samurai and a total arrow weight of 658 gr 21% FOC. Also changed from wrist release to a hand held thumb release. Never been more confident in my setup.
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Have to shoot single arrows out to 35 yards cause these adult arrows come with adult price tags...
 

Noonespecial

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100 grain 3 blade Musacchia Broadheads Easton axis. Shot Muzzy Broadheads for over 25 years but once they sold out to FeraDyne outdoors their quality sucks along with their customer service. Glad John Musacchia started his own company!
 

boyne bowhunter

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Changed my whole setup during the season after running one through the @** with my twizzle stick (not the arrows fault but decided it was as good a time as any). Went to a GrizzlyStik Samurai and a total arrow weight of 658 gr 21% FOC. Also changed from wrist release to a hand held thumb release. Never been more confident in my setup.
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Have to shoot single arrows out to 35 yards cause these adult arrows come with adult price tags...
It appears we're running a very similar setup.
 

raisins

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100 grain 3 blade Musacchia Broadheads Easton axis. Shot Muzzy Broadheads for over 25 years but once they sold out to FeraDyne outdoors their quality sucks along with their customer service. Glad John Musacchia started his own company!
i would shoot these if they came in 125 grain, kind of surprised they don't
 
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