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    I have really liked the slick tricks, I shoot the 125 Grizz trick 2. I really like the way the fly like my field points.


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    100 grain slick trick standards for me. My #1 arrow has been through two whitetails and a bull elk. Just file the point and sharpen the blades on a KME.

    I experimented with VPA Terminators last year but that aren't as accurate at long distance as slick tricks.


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    Another fan of the slick trick here. I use 100 gr

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    Good expandable broad heads will work great on elk. I have taken elk with both and it just boils down to preference and legality. There are gobs of fixed and expandable options out there that are all as good or better than what we had available 20 years ago...

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    I am using the QAD exodus with the swept back blades. But can't go wrong with a majority of fixed heads.
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    Magnus snuffer 125

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    I have only killed one animal, pig, and that was with 100gr. Thunderhead. I do have the S30V broadheads from Solid Broadhead Company but haven't had the opportunity to kill anything yet. Also have the Toxic broadhead, but again, haven't killed anything with it yet.

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    Thunderhead may be the best broadhead on earth but I had some issues with accuracy using them. I killed my first 7 whitetails with them using my recurve. I just never had any luck getting them to shoot accurate in a compound

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    I did extensive testing last year on broadheads.
    We shot 5 different fixed blade heads over 100 times each.
    We tracked accuracy, and penetration.
    We also attempted to look at durability, but they all were good in this area.
    The 2 broadheads that stood out in accuracy and penetration were:
    -Wacem
    -Slick Tricks.


    Shuttle T were a close 3rd, as they were very accurate, but lacked a little in penetration and initial sharpness.
    However, I have killed animals with 7 different broadheads, and they seems to all work pretty good

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    I prefer Magnus buzzcuts and have never had any issues. Like stated there are a lot of good heads on the market.

 

 

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