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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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