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View Poll Results: favorite broadhead
slick trick? 11 17.74%
magnus? 4 6.45%
nap? 5 8.06%
silver flames? 1 1.61%
wasp? 3 4.84%
rocky mountain? 1 1.61%
rage? 5 8.06%
muzzy? 14 22.58%
G5? 7 11.29%
other- 19 30.65%
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Old 07-17-2007, 02:18 PM   #1
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Let's hear it! Whats your favorite. I hope I got all of the big ones in there.

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Old 07-17-2007, 02:25 PM   #2
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While Slicks are my Favorite head. There are others on the list I wouldn't hesitate to use. I prefer the holes the 4 Blade leave, and the Slick Trick is one great flying, hard hitting, tough broadhead.

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I vote for thunder heads
Why didn't Ya vote for NAP then?
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Old 07-17-2007, 02:36 PM   #5
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Old 07-17-2007, 03:06 PM   #7
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You omitted Rocket Aeroheads............
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You omitted Rocket Aeroheads............
sorry! I couldnt remember them all! LOL!

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I voted for slick tricks and nap. I am not sure which one I am going with this year. Either the slick trick 100 grain mags or the Nap Hellrazor. I am waiting on my Hellrazors to decide.
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i voted for magnus, silver flame and G5. Those are my 3 favorites out of all of them. I dont know if I could pick just one! LOL!

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My favorite out of the ones listed that I have tried are Muzzys.

I would really like to try the slick tricks.

I would LOVE to try those silver flames. Those things look awesome.

Maybe when I get good enough to hunt with a recurve, I'll try some.
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My favorite out of the ones listed that I have tried are Muzzys.

I would really like to try the slick tricks.

I would LOVE to try those silver flames. Those things look awesome.

they are all definately great broadheads without a doubt. There are so many good ones it is hard for me to choose.

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they are all definately great broadheads without a doubt. There are so many good ones it is hard for me to choose.

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Yes, I agree but I'm using NAP Spitfires the past two seasons and I'll use them again this upcoming season. I'd like to check out the mechanicals that extend from the front instadn of fold back. I think the G5 Tekans do that. Might be more efficient but I like the Spitfires because they don't need o-rings or rubber bands and their practice blades rock.

Most of the broadheads out there are really well made and have a lot of thought put into them. I tend to prefer mechanicals since at least here they are legal and are very easy to tune against a field point.

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I voted other but acocording to the other site it should be Slick Tricks. Hey Meanv2 are you still selling them
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I voted other but acocording to the other site it should be Slick Tricks. Hey Meanv2 are you still selling them
Yep actually selling most of the broadheads up there. The new website is in my signature. I'll be adding things as $$ and time allows. In the meantime if you need something and don't see it just ask

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My favorite out of the ones listed that I have tried are Muzzys.

I would really like to try the slick tricks.

I would LOVE to try those silver flames. Those things look awesome.

Maybe when I get good enough to hunt with a recurve, I'll try some.
If I hunted with a recurve no doubt I would try the Silver Flames!!

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Old 07-18-2007, 05:25 PM   #17
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For whitetails my 1st choice is slick trick 125gr magnums, but for turkeys I love the Rocket Sledgehammers 150gr.
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Old 07-18-2007, 06:33 PM   #18
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I went with the Wasp only because I've killed more deer with them. I've also used them the longest so it's a little tilted. Between me and my son we've used 5 in the list. I would be afraid to use any on the list. Not likely I'll try the rage though, to similar to the RM Snyper which I already have. The last Muzzys I tried were 4 bladers from a few years ago, did'nt fly all that great for me.
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I have used about half of the ones on the list and some not but voted other because I don't think it's the broadhead that really matters but the placement of the shot and whether or not the broadhead is sharp.
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Old 07-19-2007, 12:33 AM   #21
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For replaceable blade models I like Thunders, Slicks, and Muzzy. For Cut on Contact I like Phat Heads.
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Old 07-19-2007, 04:26 AM   #22
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Man Rick, I really like my magnus stinger 4 blades BH's. Those things can take a lickin' and keep on tickin'!!!
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Might as well add slick tricks to my list too! LOL!

I didnt know they had 85 gr. heads and Dan has some on the way. I know I will love those too

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Bowman is my favorite broad head.....
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I used to use Muzzy, and they are great BH's.
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The new 4-blade Wac'em is a sweet looking head. 1 1/16th cut. Wac'em really improved the sharpness this year also.
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Those do look neat. I tried the original 3 blade. Nice head but it wasnt very sharp. Flew great though.

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I had to vote for other. 100 grain Wasp Boss Bullets are my BH of choice.
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Had good success with Slick tricks but might give the Crimson Talons a try this year.
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I love the Crimson Talons they do a huge amount of damage. But on the list I like the rage. They fly great and they also make a big hole.
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I'm liking how the Tricks are flying right now...Can't wait to get in the woods with them
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I thought Muzzy was the ONLY broadhead!
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Bowman is my favorite broad head.....
I must have missed this somehow.......you are funny guy....
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Bowman is my favorite broad head.....
No I think you meant FAT head...
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I'm liking how the Tricks are flying right now...Can't wait to get in the woods with them
I'm Bettin you'll like'em

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easton firstcut 100 grain mech 15.00 speacials at wally world work great
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