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    Default G5 broadheads

    has anybodyy tried the g5 striker broadheads

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    I really like the strikers. They fly great and produce really good blood trails. Customers in our shop seem to like them
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    Yep! I tried them, I just recently took back what I did not use! They appear very well made, good design, I just had better luck with Slick Tricks grouping better! If you are going to use there products I would invest in that ASD tool,
    its worth the investment no what you end up shooting. good luck!
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    My dad shoots the Strikers and I've shot his Strikers in my bow and they group as good as my Slick Tricks. Slick Tricks for me because they cost less than the Strikers.
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    I just tried them out for the first time. I have to say I love them. It's the first time I am actually going to go to the woods confident with my broad heads. They shot about 2" low so I just moved my whole sight and they where all dead on.

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    Default Good Broadheads for sure

    Fly good and are razor sharp. My brothers deer didnt go fifty yards last year after being shot with one.

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    Great head! I shot my buck with a striker last year. You just gota love that stainless tip. Shot well from my bow, grouped about 1 inch low of my field points and I am no expert at tuning so I would say that that was a good showing.

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    My wife and I shot the G5 Striker Magnums for our trip to Ontario this year for Black Bear. One word..... Awesome!!

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    Awesome $75 for 6 is pushing it tho imo..
    Be good or be good at it.

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    thanks for the help

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    A Striker Magnum did the trick for me last year. A regular Striker should'nt be a problem with accuracy, the Mags sure were'nt a problem at 1.5"
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    Quote Originally Posted by BuckeyeRed View Post
    Awesome $75 for 6 is pushing it tho imo..
    Yep, thats why I'm shooting Tricks. I save $25 on 6.
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