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Best Selection & Best Prices on the Best Fixed Blade Broadhead! We stock all Brands of Fixed Blade Broadheads. Muzzy Broadheads, G5 Broadheads and NAP Broadheads.

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American Broadhead Bolt Sonic Replacement Blades
$11.99 $10.99
American Broadhead Super Sonic Replacement Blades
$9.99
American Broadhead Turkey Terror Replacement Blades
$11.99
Carbon Express Shuriken Broadhead
$36.99 $29.99
           
G5 Striker Replaceable Blade Kit
$14.49
InnerLoc Repalcement Tips for 3-Blade 1-1/8 Broadheads
$13.99
InnerLoc Repalcement Tips for 4 or 2 Blade 1-3/16 Broadheads
$13.99
InnerLoc Replacement Tips for 100 Grain Tuner Broadheads
$13.99
           
InnerLoc Replacement Tips for 1-1/16 Broadheads
$13.99
InnerLoc Replacement Tips for 125 Grain Tuner Broadheads
$13.99
InnerLoc Replacement Tips for 3-Blade 1-3/16 Broadheads
$13.99
InnerLoc Replacement Tips for 4-Blade 1-1/8 Broadheads
$13.99
           
InnerLoc Replacement Tips for 5-Blades 1-1/8 Broadheads
$13.99
InnerLoc Replacement Tips for Deep Slice Broadheads
$13.99
Liberty Broadhead Replacement Blades
$9.99
Magnus Bullhead Turkey Broadhead Replacement Blades 100 Grain
$17.99
           
Magnus Bullhead Turkey Broadhead Replacement Blades 125 Grain
$17.99
Magnus Buzz Cut Replacement Main Blade 85 Grain
$11.99
Magnus Killer Bee Replacement Main Blade 100 Grain
$11.99
Magnus Killer Bee Replacement Main Blade 125 Grain
$11.99
           
Magnus Killer Bee Stinger Buzz Cut Replacement Main Blade 100 Grain
$11.99
Magnus Killer Bee Stinger Buzz Cut Replacement Main Blade 125 Grain
$11.99
Magnus Stinger Buzz Cut Replacement Main Blade 125 Grain
$11.99
Magnus Stinger Buzz Cut Replacement Main Blade 150 Grain
$11.99
           
Magnus Stinger Replacement Bleeder Blades
$11.99
Magnus Stinger Replacement Main Blade 100 Grain
$11.99
Magnus Stinger Replacement Main Blade 125 Grain
$11.99
Magnus Stinger Replacement Main Blade 150 Grain
$11.99
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Fixed Blade Broadheads

The original broadheads and still the most popular, fixed blade heads are, as their name implies, fixed in place. That is, they have no moving parts, just static blades. They are the original broadhead design (going back to the very beginning of archery), and are still widely used today.
Pros
The advantages to fixed blade broadheads are:
  • Better Penetration - Fixed blade broadheads penetrate better than mechanical heads. For obvious reasons, this is of utmost importance! They are also less likely to break or change direction on impact with bone or deflect off a quartering animal.
  • Durability - Fixed blade heads are tough, rugged, and can take a great deal of abuse while remaining ready to get the job done. For this reason, they've gained a reputation for unmatched reliability. By default, anything with less moving parts is going to be more reliable in any condition.
  • Price - Fixed blade heads are usually cheaper than mechanical heads. While this is not an area to try and save a few bucks (after all, we're talking about the business end of your arrow), cost can always be an issue.
Cons
There are two basic drawbacks to fixed blade broadheads :
  • Tuning - When you switch from your practice field points to fixed blade broadheads, your arrows will often fly differently and change their point of impact. This is because you're adding more surface area in the form of the blades, which can exaggerate tuning issues and problem with your bow. Fixed blade broadheads are less forgiving of a bow that is perfectly tuned.
  • Cutting Diameter - The smaller cutting diameter of fixed blade heads does less slicing and dicing than the larger diameter mechanical broadhead blades. This means they may not kill an animal as quickly or produce as much of a blood trail to follow.
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