The Muzzy Trocar 100 Grain Broadhead arrives pre-assembled in a pack of three. These 3-blade broadheads feature a right-helix design to maximize arrow stabilization and deliver accuracy at long ranges. The trocar tip is known for bone breaking penetration without deforming or deflecting the broadhead. The blades on this broadhead create excellent entry and exit holes for increased blood loss and greater blood trails.
I’ve been shooting Muzzy broadheads for a long time. One thing I’ve come to rely on is the consistency to which they perform. One year I spines a buck very deep. I had to unscrew my arrow to pull it out. Later it took a saw and some loping shears to get my Muzzy back. Not a scratch. I always replace my blades after shooting a deer, but I could have sharpened these and used them again. I’ll never shoot anything else.
Been bow unting for 32 yrs (Yep I'm old :)) I have used many different types of broadheads. Used Trocar last yr 1st time wow 25 yd shot almost straight on entered thru front chest exited behind ribs opposite side. All I can say is WoW. I have pics.
On September 27th, 2018, I was able to harvest a nice doe with these. 20 yard shot, passed through both lungs and passed through heart. October, 13th, 2018. I shot a nice 10 pointer. I hit it a little lower than I wanted to, but Muzzy Trocar blasted through the shoulder blade and passed through his heart at 25 yards, I only pull 55 lbs. Great Broadhead!
Preparing for my first archery hunt EVER, I extensively researched broadheads for months. I purchased another broadhead actually (VPA-they fly great so this is not a knock on their broadheads), and after talking with another bowhunter decided to buy a pack of Trocars on a whim six days before opening day. They hit right behind my field points without any adjustments. Man do they hit hard! I had the opportunity to put it to use opening evening and dropped a buck in his tracks (WITH A WELL PLACED SHOT). Definitely give these broadheads a try. Not only are the Affordable, they are great quality.