If you are in the market for a versatile, tough as nails, and bone-splitting broadhead that will last you a lifetime then take a look at the Stinger 2 Blade broadhead. The broadhead itself may wear out before a literal lifetime, but it will not be at your expense. Stingers are covered with a lifetime guarantee and should they degrade or break during practice or on the hunt, you are covered with free replacements - no questions asked. Don’t expect to need to replace it any time soon, though, because these Stinger broadheads can go through a lot before they wear down.
Stinger 2 Blade Broadhead Details
The Stinger 2 Blade by Magnus appears deceptively simple. At a glance, there is nothing particularly fancy about them. They are elegant, sleek, and minimalistic. However, what you get is much more than meets the eye. The Stinger is made from high quality knife grade stainless steel and tipped with diamond - which, by the way, is the hardest naturally occurring material on Earth.
The cut-on-contact fixed blade is a single piece with razor sharp edges and holds up very well. The entire broadhead is not steel, though. The ferrule is actually made of aircraft quality aluminum. Altogether it is an exceptional broadhead and made from tough materials that will last a long while.
Should the blades become dull they can easily be sharpened again and again. When they are beyond repair the blades themselves can be replaced. Or, if they are too damaged and worn down, ship them to Magnus and they will send a new one back without question. Buy these broadheads once and use them forever. Guaranteed.
Stinger 2 Blade Accuracy
In terms of accuracy, this Stinger broadhead won’t disappoint. It is spin tested within .002 thousands of an inch and will no doubt hit its mark with very minimal tuning. Many claim they fly exactly like field points, which is quite the feat for any broadhead. Generally, a broadhead won’t fly the same as a field tip does. Yte, these are easily some of the most true flying broadheads and many hunters will agree with that. It is no surprise some hunters have been using Stingers for over twelve years with no interest in switching. Even as broadhead technology evolves there is still merit in using the tried and true, simple yet effective option.
Weight Details of The Stinger 2 Blade Broadhead
The 150 grain variety is heavy and solid, perfect for taking down large game with bigger bone structures. They also come in 85 grain, 100 grain, and 125 grain options. Whether you are after deer, hogs, moose, or bears the Stinger 2 Blade will bring down just about anything that walks into your yardage range. They puncture deep and most of the time pass completely through to the other side. With a 1 ⅛” inch cutting diameter they won’t leave huge holes, but plenty large enough to generate an easy to follow blood trail for tracking and recovery of the prey. That is if the prey can stagger off very far. These are lethal and powerful broadheads that will do a lot of damage.
Stinger 2 Blade Broadhead Review Conclusion
For the sake of being objective I wish there was a con I could point out about these Stinger broadheads. Unfortunately for my objectivity, but fortunately for the user, they are just about perfect. Can’t argue with amazing accuracy and spin tested flight.
The design is beautiful, the materials of high quality, and the durability is among the best. They are sharp and deadly with a diamond tip and honed stainless steel blades. And they are extremely versatile with replaceable blades. The customer service from Magnus and their lifetime replacement guarantee is, quite frankly, hard to beat. To top it all off, the Stinger 4 Blades are proudly manufactured in the USA. These are, hands down, some of the best fixed blade cut-on-contact broadheads around.
Very little tuning required
Great for large game with big bones
Easy to sharpen and hold an edge
Lifetime guarantee with replacements