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Face off! Rexpid vs Magnus and SteelForce!

by Jalen Cunningham on Jun 06, 2024

Face off! Rexpid vs Magnus and SteelForce!

Hey you all! We partnered up with Sean from SeansOutdoorAdventures to cover more broadhead information. This time we wanted to cover our broad-head, the Rexpid Nuri versus the Magnus Stinger and Steel Force broadheads! Hey some key points that Sean had mentioned!

  1. Steel Force:

    • Blade Design: The Steel Force broadhead has a straight blade that extends all the way to the tip. This design is simple and direct, facilitating easy sharpening and ensuring consistent penetration.
  2. Magnus Stinger:

    • Blade Design: The Magnus Stinger broadhead has a slight curve at the tip of the blade. This curvature can make it more challenging to sharpen using standard sharpening tools that are designed for straight edges. Despite the difficulty in sharpening, the curved design can potentially enhance the cutting action upon impact.
  3. Rexpid Nuri:

    • Blade Design: The Rexpid Nuri broadhead also features a straight blade all the way to the tip, similar to the Steel Force. This straight edge simplifies sharpening and maintains the blade’s integrity. The Rexpid Nuri is highlighted for its wide cutting diameter, which is beneficial for creating larger wound channels.

Click here to check out the more in-depth review from Sean!




Cutting Diameter

  1. Steel Force:

    • The cutting diameter of the Steel Force broadhead is about 1 inch from the outer edge of one blade to the outer edge of the opposite blade. This diameter is considered effective for achieving sufficient penetration and wound size.
  2. Magnus Stinger:

    • The Magnus Stinger has a slightly larger cutting diameter than the Steel Force, measuring approximately 1 1/16 inches. This increase in diameter offers a marginally larger wound channel, which can contribute to more effective blood trails.
  3. Rexpid Nuri:

    • The Rexpid Nuri broadhead has the largest cutting diameter of the three, measuring approximately 1 1/8 inches. This broader cutting diameter maximizes tissue damage and blood loss, potentially leading to quicker and more humane kills.

Bleeder Blades

  1. Steel Force:

    • The Steel Force broadhead includes larger bleeder blades that are close to 3/4 inch in length. These additional blades create secondary cuts that can enhance blood loss and aid in tracking.
  2. Magnus Stinger:

    • The Magnus Stinger’s bleeder blades are smaller compared to the Steel Force. These smaller blades still serve the purpose of creating additional wound channels but do so on a smaller scale.
  3. Rexpid Nuuri:

    • The Rexpid Nuri features two rotating bleeder blades. These blades provide multiple cutting points, leading to six total cuts compared to the four cuts provided by the Steel Force and Magnus Stinger. The design aims to increase the likelihood of hitting vital organs and improving blood trails.

Overall Comparison

  • The Rexpid Nuri offers the most cuts with its unique rotating bleeder blades, providing six cuts, while the Steel Force and Magnus Stinger each offer four cuts.
  • All three broadheads are constructed to be strong and durable, featuring a razor blade that extends all the way to the tip for maximum penetration.
  • Each broadhead has venting holes, which are designed to improve arrow flight by reducing wind resistance and maintaining stability during flight.
  • All three broadheads weigh 100 grains, which is a common weight for broadheads and compatible with many arrow setups.

Usage Advice

  • Penetration and Draw Weights: Sean emphasizes the importance of using broadheads with a "cut on contact" design, especially for bows with lower draw weights (below 55 lbs). Lower draw weights result in less kinetic energy, making it crucial to use broadheads that maximize penetration.
  • Suitable for Various Hunters: This style of broadhead is particularly recommended for women, children, and anyone using a bow with lower poundage. The efficient penetration ensures effective performance even with less powerful bows.
  • Bow Tuning: Proper bow tuning is essential for the effective use of fixed blade broadheads. A well-tuned bow ensures that the broadhead flies accurately and consistently, which is critical for successful hunting.


Sean concludes by reinforcing his preference for broadheads with a razor blade to the tip, highlighting their penetration capabilities and suitability for various hunters, including his own son who will be hunting for the first time. He stresses the importance of proper tuning to ensure the broadheads perform as intended.

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