125 grain Steel Force broadheads fly and work great for me.
Best I remember was they were heavy, but the cutting diameter wasn't a massive 2 inch like I thought it would be. Blades are a bit heftier and the ferrule bigger to make up the extra 40-50 grains.
Bought them years ago for my 80 pound bow to shoot pigs.
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They make a 3 blade 150 crossbow head but I have not seen a 4 blade 150
Steelforce Phatheads have been good to me. I am shooting the Steelforce Phathead SOB's this year. They are a fixed blade/mechanical hybrid. They are worth taking a look at.
I believe the single bevels referred to in post 2 are the Alaska Bowhunting Ashby, Samurai and Maasai heads. Their website makes me want to build some 800 grain spinning sledgehammers of death and spread carnage throughout the wilderness.
I just started using slick trick magnum 125's. So far I am pleased with the results in a couple of my faster bows
I am a fan of the Dirt Nap Gear DRTs!
Another vote for the Exodus! Had pretty good luck with the fixed Grim Reapers as well.
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i know this is late and you most likely already bought some heads but check out these D.R.T. Broadheads - Dirt Nap Gear
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Its all about fair chase, no fences, free ranging animals, Guess they call me the young Gun
Years ago Muzzy went thru a period of dull blades and inconsistent weights within a pack. It was alerted to me then shown to me by a Pro Shop manager in Connecticut on the 90 grain 4 bladers I loved. I switched to 100 grain 4 blades then eventually went with Crimson Talon when the owner sent me some to field test on boar when he first introduced them. So this might be in the 2002 area.
Then I think they might have gotten sold and whatever. I bought more as back up stuff but haven't used them. My hunting partner uses them and loves them still. I got him on them and he stayed. I like the Wasp Boss better being they use a lot more stainless then Muzzy.
So to your issue,,,weigh each piece on a grain scale and compare weights.