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  1. Deer Slayer

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    We have a Ten Point Titan Extreme crossbow and we have used a 100 grain mechanical head that failed on a recent harvest. We recovered the deer within 75 yards but 1-2 blades of a 3 blade head were missing upon recovering the head. We are looking for recommendations on a, preferably, 3 blade fixed head that will fly straight. This crossbow is scary accurate to 40 yds.

    Please let's hear some ideas.
     
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    QAD Exodus! Flies great, super sharp and tough and leaves an sweet blood trail. That’s what my kids use out of the crossbow. Switched from Myzzy 3 blades and couldn’t be happier. The muzzy blades aren’t very tough. They did get the job done though. All 4 deer we killed last year with muzzy heads had bent blades.

    Using a 150 grain Magnus Stinger Buzzcut out of my recurve. Looking forward to see what it can do.

    Just like anything else you’re going to get many different suggestions.
     
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    Thanks Coach for your vote:thumbup3:
     
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    Forgot to tell you Phatheads are really good also.
     
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    I swear by VPA. They have vented and non-vented. I used the non vented in my compound and recurve. Never used one for a cross bow but i don't see a reason why they wouldn't work out the same. They are easy to sharped and last multiple animals. Ive shot a deer and a pig with one and it is ready to go for #3
     
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    Steelforce premium. They will cut through shoulder/rib, go stick in the ground on the other side and you can still shoot another animal with them.
     
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    WOW JJ!!
     
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    True story. I shot a deer through the shoulder. Had a perfect cruciform cut through his scapula, blew through and stuck about 4” in the dirt on the other side. Wiped it off and it would have definitely killed again. Wouldn’t shave but was still sharp.
     
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    Steelforce tests including destructive testing

     
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    Another good link
     
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