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    Default slick tricks??

    Thinking about testing the waters with this BH.
    What do you think about this head guys?
    Thanks

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    http://www.3dshoots.com/forums/showthread.php?t=21216

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    They fly well and penetrate very well. A good all around choice. The old man uses them and he gets pass throughs on a regular bases at 50lbs.
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    They are one of the best flying fixed blade broadheads I have ever seen. I've got a lot of diehard fixed blade shooters and they all love slicktricks. Great flight and great bloodtrails.
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    Default Awesome heads

    They sure do a number. Check this out. 40lb bow. 14 yr old youth shooter.

    Check out the hole on this 85 grn Slick Trick.

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    From what i've read about them, they seen to be the top choice. Do you think I could use them on moose? Im shooting a 404grn arrow at 284fps.

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    Default Great choice

    Quote Originally Posted by sgmathews92 View Post
    From what i've read about them, they seen to be the top choice. Do you think I could use them on moose? Im shooting a 404grn arrow at 284fps.
    I wouldnt hesitate to use them on big game. Seen lots of Elk taken. Thats plenty of KE and I know you will get a good blood trail and hole.
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    ok thanks DB, hopefully ill get lucky this year and arrow my first moose.

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    As good as advertised...
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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter2678 View Post
    As good as advertised...
    Slicktricks dont advertise. Archers have made this company a success.
    What has always amazed me is how Slick Tricks has became so succesfull and he doesnt advertise like the other broadhead companys. Often in broadhead polls Slicktricks always get lots of votes.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    Slicktricks dont advertise. .....


    every other post last year on AT was Slicktricks. I'm sure they were paying someone to spam all that. Thank God for Kevin Strother or we'd still be reading it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post


    every other post last year on AT was Slicktricks. I'm sure they were paying someone to spam all that. Thank God for Kevin Strother or we'd still be reading it.
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    Default Considering I know most who were posting

    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post


    every other post last year on AT was Slicktricks. I'm sure they were paying someone to spam all that. Thank God for Kevin Strother or we'd still be reading it.
    I dont think that was a fact. Bottomline Slippy they work and work well.

    Took one shot from a 40lb bow to prove it to me. Ill let you know if I lose a deer with a Slick Trick. Shot six deer last year and hole was awesome and good blood trails and no one is giving me anything for saying this.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    I dont think that was a fact. Bottomline Slippy they work ...
    its all about placement first DB, then performance 2nd. Nothing besides a Grim Reaper will attach to my Victories.

    To make a broadhead 80% of the talk on a archery website was just a little over the top for me. Thus I knew it had to have been set up.
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    Default Grim Reapers

    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    its all about placement first DB, then performance 2nd. Nothing besides a Grim Reaper will attach to my Victories.

    To make a broad head 80% of the talk on a archery website was just a little over the top for me. Thus I knew it had to have been set up.
    Tell you buddy. I was given 12 of those broad heads. I shot a doe quartering at 20yrds. Pot shot right in the bread basket. Never found the doe. I tried it again on another doe and same results. It happens and the Tricks took me awhile to believe all the posts. But I did my own testing and results were darn good ever time. Sometime the product is just that good. Simple as that. I trust the INTERNET posts more than I trust the advertisements.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    .... I trust the INTERNET posts...
    me too! No one has ever pulled my crank over on AT or anywhere else on hunting forums for that matter, all straight shooting pro hunters.

    Broadheads are like car tires. You need them, but they aren't as important as your engine or steering wheel. If I hit a buck through both lungs with a field tip, it will die within sight.


    Hyping broadheads is overhyped.
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    Default Very true

    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    me too! No one has ever pulled my crank over on AT or anywhere else on hunting forums for that matter, all straight shooting pro hunters.

    Broadheads are like car tires. You need them, but they aren't as important as your engine or steering wheel. If I hit a buck through both lungs with a field tip, it will die within sight.


    Hyping broadheads is overhyped.
    I have shot so many different broadheads over the years. They all seem to work if you hit the right spot. But to say they all make the same hole and leave the same blood trail is diffiantly not true.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter2678 View Post
    Slippster ......when the day comes for your mechs to fail you,.. you'll see the light..
    I will fail myself far before my equipment does.

    How about I post a picture of a bloodied buck with half my fat hand stuck into his chest cavity....will you guys buy Grim Reapers then?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    I will fail myslef far before my equipment does.

    How about I post a picture of a bloodied buck with half my fat hand stuck into his chest cavity....will you guys buy Grim Reapers then?
    I have seen a few holes tracking deer for my buddies. They can smack a good hole when they open right.
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