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    Which broadhead would you use out of the 2?

    I shoot a pse DNA at 70lbs 27" draw. 460 grain FMJ 300 spine cut at 26.5" with a 100 grain field point. Out of these 2 what would you recommend?

    Slick trick 1 1/4" grizz trick 2
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    QAD exodus

    I like the looks of both of these but can't decide. I have decided to save the ulmers for a pronghorn hunt but any other game I want a fixed blade for.

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    I used slick strick standards last season, fly great, even with my bad bow form, I tend to torque bow, but they still hit where field tips did. I like slick tricks fore sure over the QAD, shot my OH buck at 15 yards with arrow passing through opposite shoulder.

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    Slick Tricks are genius in their simplicity. I wish I would have though of it. Love em.
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    I would use Wac'em broadheads the fly like field points and they are very tough

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    I don't think you can go wrong with either one. I would go with the QAD.

 

 

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