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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?
    No need to..my arrows hit where I point em and my blades never have to move or open...Id use a rage 2 blade for a mechanical head if I were to switch.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    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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    I knew you would see the light. But I still rank accuracy #1.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    I knew you would see the light. But I still rank accuracy #1.
    Start selling slicks then too then along side of your Grims..
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    I knew you would see the light. But I still rank accuracy #1.

    Because they shoot dead on and will hit where you aim.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    I knew you would see the light. But I still rank accuracy #1.

    Because they shoot dead on and will hit where you aim.
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    12 heart shots out of 20 targets on this broadhead course at unmarked course shooting out to 50yrdsyardage. This is a 37 yard shot for my stakes
    White crested arrow. Of course my heart was not pounding like it does on a real deer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by hunter2678 View Post
    Start selling slicks then too then along side of your Grims..

    If Slick Tricks are so good, hows come Jackie Bushman isn't shooting them?
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    My first guess would be because he's not getting paid to shoot them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    If Slick Tricks are so good, hows come Jackie Bushman isn't shooting them?
    Those pro hunters are paid. I knew he was your idol!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    Those pro hunters are paid. I knew he was your idol!
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    no, Buck McNeeley is. Bushman a close #2.
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    no, Buck McNeeley is. Bushman a close #2.
    I would rather hunt with Tiffiany
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    Quote Originally Posted by Daniel Boone View Post
    I would rather hunt with Tiffiany
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    not me............. okay...yeah...me too.
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    Talking Broadheads

    I'm Studing The Popualr Heads Right Now Myself, I Will Have To Give The Trick A Look And Test. I Will Say One Thing That I Have Noticed.
    $40.00 Is A Lot Of Money To Pay For A Mechanical Head That Is Not Overly Sharp And Is 90% Aluminum. I Guess If Enought Money Is Spent On Advertising And Enough Sacride Cows Like Well You Now The List Of People. That Is What Does The Selling, If You Investigate The Big Box Store Customer Reveiw Site Imformation There Have Been Some Issues With Defliction On Some Heads. G5 Outdoors Has A Phase Color Bear Shot With There T2 Mech Head. The Bears Goes Down Just Feet From Where Shot Check It Out. I'm Not A Mech Fan But The Footage Is Awesome. Currently I'm Testing,
    Stricker, T2 And Thanks To You Guys I Will Add The Tricks. $40.00
    Should Be Able To Buy High Quality Steel/carbon Made Product Machined And Test To High Standards. Wasn't That Long Ago Folks Could But Six Muzzys For Under $30.00, And The Sure Have Put Meat On Many Buck Poles. My 2cents.

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    These heads are awesome. They are cheap so i never bought any thinking that they were 'cheap' heads. I was dead wrong. They are accurate and they are tough. I have changed from the Shuttle T's to the Slick Tricks because they are four blade and fly better. I harvested a deer the other night and it was devastated!!! It hit so hard on the opposite side rib cage that it broke almost every rib on that side. Complete pass through and went into the dirt on the other side of the deer. That head could be shot again and do it again, no doubt in my mind. I am shooting 2 inch groups at 50 yards with these heads and like I said before, they do some damage like a rifle does. I will have Tricks in my quiver for the rest of the season, that is for sure.

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    I have a quiver full of them also I have been test shooting them and I am very impressed.

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