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post #1 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-18-2015, 03:57 PM Thread Starter
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i have been shooting swhackers for the last 3 years 125gr,...20 and 30+yards were really accurate..40, 50 off about 3-4 inches..excalibur uses a 150 gr broadhead..which flew great just didnt like the blood trail...so searching around i found some slick trick 150gr xbow broadheads...like the hole i see on the videos...hope they work when the get here like the boltcutters...anyone else using them?

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Re: slick tricks

I don`t but I know a guy with the same Excal Exocett 200 as I have and he used basic 3 blade Slick Trick 100`s and it is deadly accurate. I use WASPS Boss SST` 100`s and they fly very well and kill very well.

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Re: slick tricks

I shoot 100 grain standard slick tricks with brass inserts in gold tip lazer 2s...fly great and hit hard. I hit a buck slightly quartering toward me at 25 yards a few years ago alittle farther forward than I would have liked..broke the shoulder and broke the opposite leg above the knuckle on the way out and stuck deep in the ground...he fell over 75yds later. I won't shoot anything else
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post #4 of 9 (permalink) Old 09-23-2015, 08:17 AM
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Re: slick tricks

I agree with cm20's statement. Been using them since the beginning of crossbow seasons. They always finish the job!

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Re: slick tricks

got them in...shooting great with them..be out in maryland this weekend
hope someyhing comes by...thanks

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Re: slick tricks

Slick tricks are great and so are the wasps. They're both cheap, they both fly true, and they're both tough as nails.
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Re: slick tricks

But.....I like the bolt cutters best.
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Re: slick tricks

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But.....I like the bolt cutters best.
I couldn't get the bolt cutters to fly worth a darn, switched to 125gr tricks and all is good ....

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Re: slick tricks

i didnt like the boltcutters blood trail or lack of i should say...hit 3 doe and 1 buck with them had very little blood all chest shots..recovered the doe but buck went on to private ground in md and wouldnt let me on property

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