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post #1 of 74 (permalink) Old 07-26-2014, 12:07 PM Thread Starter
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Which broad head?

I've narrowed my search to either the Slick Trick 100 or the Muzzy Trocar 100. Both fly well out of my bow. Which would you choose, and why.
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post #2 of 74 (permalink) Old 07-26-2014, 12:55 PM
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Re: Which broad head?

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Slick Tricks for me.

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Re: Which broad head?

I shot Muzzy for over 10 years. I had a lot of success with them. I would pick Muzzy out of those two choices.

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Re: Which broad head?

I shoot muzzys and love them.
Was thinking about maybe trying slicks this year.
Either one you choose you can't go wrong

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Re: Which broad head?

I buy a different head every year and practice with them all summer. Come crunch time for some reason I always go back to Slick Tricks, ands they have been on my arrow on my last 5 buck kills.

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Re: Which broad head?

I was gonna try the g5 Havocs but come crunch time I ended up getting slick tricks again. Just can't find a reason to switch.

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Re: Which broad head?

I showed my buddy my slick tricks and he said it was impossible
for a fixed blade head to fly like a field point.
At 20 yards I put 2 arrows in a 2" circle with the tricks.
He didn't know what to say.

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Re: Which broad head?

I switched to Slick Tricks last year. They fly like my field points and my buck dropped 20 yards from where I shot him...perfect hit in the boiler room! FWIW, I shoot 125 grain Razor Tricks.

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Re: Which broad head?

Whichever shoots better and you can get at a good price. Ive used both and they are both good.

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