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#814567 - 07/09/08 08:41 PM Slick Tricks
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Shot Muzzy's forever and last year switched to the Rage 2-blade and had really good luck with them. I am kind of nervous though that my luck will run out with an expandable. Give me a reason(s) to swap to the slick tricks. Do they require a helical to shoot well?
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#814617 - 07/09/08 09:03 PM Re: Slick Tricks [Re: ]
smstone22
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Mine fly perfect with Blazers. Of course nearly any head will fly great if your bow is tuned properly. I like them because I get great flight, great penetration, they are strong, and they come pretty sharp.
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#814807 - 07/10/08 12:10 AM Re: Slick Tricks [Re: smstone22]
Radar
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Slick Tricks are a low profile fixed blade head , less likely to wind plane than most traditional broadheads , so they are more forgiving of bow tune , etc.
Check them out at http://www.slicktrick.net
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#815662 - 07/10/08 03:46 PM Re: Slick Tricks [Re: Radar]
highway
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I shot rage last year only because of the flight. I didn't kill a deer so I am not sure of the hole it will create. I have heard a few people say they had some blades open in flight, and my personal broadheads have a little noise in the blades and they are as tight as I can get them.

My question is, do these slick tricks really fly like field points? I am sold if I can shoot field points and fixed blades the same without moving anything. Any comments are appreciated.

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#815877 - 07/10/08 06:48 PM Re: Slick Tricks [Re: highway]
TTU97
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I was using Muzzy's and couldn't ever get them to fly consistantly. I bought the Slick Tricks and without doing anything to my bow they flew just like my field points. I've read where many people on here have had the same experience.
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#815958 - 07/10/08 07:37 PM Re: Slick Tricks [Re: TTU97]
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Muzzy's quality seemed to go down the last few years I used them. As far as the rage I can vouch for the holes - massive. I have read on here for awhile all the success with slick tricks and thought I might give them a try. From everything I've read I will do that for sure now.
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#816800 - 07/11/08 02:04 PM Re: Slick Tricks [Re: ]
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100 gr. standards or magnums??
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#816811 - 07/11/08 02:11 PM Re: Slick Tricks [Re: ]
muddyboots
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I think ill try some this year.
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#817747 - 07/12/08 08:25 AM Re: Slick Tricks [Re: ]
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100 gr. magnums here too .
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#820428 - 07/14/08 06:37 AM Re: Slick Tricks [Re: Radar]
highway
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I thought I would shoot the .85 grains. Has anyone shot these? I am only thinking about these because I used to shoot mini rockets in this weight. Will I get better accuracy with the 100 grain?
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#820442 - 07/14/08 07:10 AM Re: Slick Tricks [Re: highway]
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 Originally Posted By: highway
I thought I would shoot the .85 grains. Has anyone shot these? I am only thinking about these because I used to shoot mini rockets in this weight. Will I get better accuracy with the 100 grain?


It depends on the arrow spine . Adding 15 gr. to the point will weaken the spine and could affect arrow flight . I would paper tune with 100 gr. field points and 85 gr. and see if there is a difference in arrow flight before changing broadhead weight .
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#822313 - 07/15/08 09:38 AM Re: Slick Tricks [Re: Radar]
Double Drops
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I would definitely shoot them before you order a bunch. I shot several different broadheads last year, and Slick Tricks didn't fly that well out of my setup. My bow is perfectly in tune also.
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