Muzzy Trocar HB-Ti Broadhead
- 4-Blade Broadhead
- Available in 100 grain
- Chisel Tip
- Machined Titanium Ferrule
- .050" Thick Fixed Blade
- .039" Thick Mechanical Blades
- 1" Fixed Blade Cutting Diameter
- 1 5/8" Expandable Cutting Diameter
- 2 5/8" Total Cutting Diameter
- Stainless Steel Fixed Blade Retention Collar
- 3 per pack
- Replacement Blades Available (SKU: 397-TI)
Taking a reputation for broadheads with bone-crushing capabilities, the Muzzy Trocar HB-Ti takes the potential for destruction to a whole new level thanks to a streamlined titanium ferrule, .050-inch-thick one-piece single-bevel serrated fixed blade edge and a pair of expandable .039-inch-thick expandable wing blades to maximize damage. This compact and aerodynamic 100-grain broadhead flies as true as a field point prior to expansion but unleashes total cutting surfaces of 2 5/8-inches for complete devastation upon impact.
SKU: 297-TI | UPC: 50301297708
I used these for the first time last year and it did a great job taking down a buck. Strong blood trail with a pretty substantial exit. I had one work it's way loose in the quiver and lost a fixed blade is the reason it is not a 5 start.
I stayed away from non fixed blade broadheads for many years but was impressed enough with the quality materials and design of this head that I decided to give it a try. This broadhead is amazing! So tough with its thick blades and it has performed flawlessly on many animals for me and my sons. Top notch!
I’ve shot fixed blade heads for over 50 years. So impressed with this broadhead that I switched! Amazing, well designed head!
Some hard hitting, sharp wound channel making, huge blood trail making broadheads that I put my trust in for bringing home the game. If you haven’t tried them yet I wouldn’t wait any longer. Still that same great quality from the original muzzy broadheads.
These fly really well not exactly like feild tips but with a few minor adjustments easily dialed in. I was very impressed with this broadhead,after testing several brodheads this year ! This thing is tough i have beat the hell out of them in a foampadding target and they have held up well! This is a hybrid so of course they tend to be slightly more fragile than fixed but either way can't wait to put one through a deer soon ! Shot placement is the key but I feel like these are gonna be devastating!
WOW! Was not prepared for the forceful impact of this broadhead and the resulting damage. The sound alone startled me. I admit up until this point I had only been using Muzzy fixed blades happily. This broadhead did not alter the accuracy of the shot and opened instantly on impact leaving a gaping wound that gushed blood. It passed clean through at 25 yards and approximately 370 FPS. The exit wound was much larger than the entry wound and there was a substantial amount of organ tissue trailing out of the hole. As I said, I was happy with the Muzzy fixed blades but am glad I gave these a try. No damage to the broadhead at all. Gave it a good cleaning and inspection and it’s back in the quiver. Outstanding performance.
Having not hunted with a bow in over 30 years, I was daunted by all the changes in equipment. However, one of the service people helped me out with some options and I chose the HB Ti hybrid boardhead. I must say, I was not prepared for the damage these heads do when they hit a deer. They leave an absolutely massive hole and fly like a dart.
Shot these last season. They fly great, stayed closed with no issues taking them in and out of my quiver. Killed a big 6 point, big hole and great blood trail
Titanium strength and field point 100 grain accuracy; this 4-blade is field proven and recommended for turkey, deer, bear, and elk hunting.