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Bought a bunch of 4 blade broadheads on sale 1 inch "diameter" Carbon express quad pro 100 grain. Less than a buck a broadhead.
 

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From my limited experience as an archer years ago, 4-blade heads can give you two cuts instead of one if you overdraw! :tango_face_crying:

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Can't beat that price. Never used 4 blade. As long as they fly straight. Should work fine. I've always used 3 blade muzzys


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From my limited experience as an archer years ago, 4-blade heads can give you two cuts instead of one if you overdraw! :tango_face_crying: Tim
Oh the memories :tango_face_smile:

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Can't beat that price. Never used 4 blade. As long as they fly straight. Should work fine. . .
this ^ ^ ^
i've always preferred the 2 blade magnus, but they
no longer make them. as said, as long as they fly
straight, use 'em.

(additional jmho- folks these days try to shoot too far away.
most all of my bow animals could have been shot
by looking down the arrow. this has carried over into my gun hunting)
 

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I have the two blade Magnus broadheads on my Arrows, planning to use the 4 blade heads on bolts for my new crossbow. Getting too creaky to use my bows anymore.
 

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Going to use these on bolts for my new crossbow. I have been running two blade broadheads for years, the old "Nuge" blade, don't know who makes them, Magnus maybe.
 

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Until the advent of expandables, the only way to get more cutting inches was to shoot broadheads with more blades. I still use 4 blades: Slick Tricks.
 
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