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    The best thing with the Ulmer's is you can put the set screw in and shoot your broadhead as a practice head. I really like that. That said Rages work well with one of my setups but my new bow they seem unstable. I've got some of the shuttle t loks ill be playing with this summer.

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    Slick Tricks work great for me. I've usually shot 3 deer a year the last several years and I've never lost a deer with a Slick Trick to the rib cage. The furthest I've had one go is 150 yards.

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    Slick tricks!

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    Shuttle t's have worked great for me. Fly very well even at long distance. Go through everything I shoot at. As long as I hit what I'm aiming at


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    Switched to Slick Trick standards 100gr. last year and have found my broadhead. Shot a real nice mule deer buck and a whitetail doe and both were short recoveries. Hitting them in the right spot accounts for most of that and the broadhead really makes them bleed.

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    Can't go wrong with the Wacem 4 blade

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    Thunderheads.

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    For what it's worth, I just picked up a pack of QAD Exodus on sale to try out, and I am getting 6-7 inches deeper penetration than my slick trick mags. They seem to fly a little quieter too.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mnhunter View Post
    For what it's worth, I just picked up a pack of QAD Exodus on sale to try out, and I am getting 6-7 inches deeper penetration than my slick trick mags. They seem to fly a little quieter too.
    Agreed, I think they will be my choice for this year. They are flying great for me. The Ramcats were good too, but they were too wide for my quiver.

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    The Ulmer Edges have worked well for me over the past year. So far a grizzly, black bear, blacktail and whitetail. They fly just like fieldpoints (and as mentioned you can shoot them with the set screw in test each arrow prior to hunting). They penetrate just fine out of my 62 to 64# bows with 375 gr 55-75 Goldtip hunters at about 280 fps. They are going stone sheep hunting next week.

 

 

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