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Slick Trick Fixed-Blade Broadheads or Replacement Blades

   

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4

85 Grains

1"

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6 Pack

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Replacement Blades Only
  • $15.99

  • SKU: 1696680

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4

125 Grains

1"

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6 Pack

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  • SKU: 1696681

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4

100 Grains

1"

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3 Pack
  • $29.99

  • SKU: 1603392

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4

125 Grains

1"

Quantity:
3 Pack
  • $29.99

  • SKU: 1603393

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Slick Trick™ fixed-blade broadhead with 4 blades for accuracy, penetration, and toughness. Super-short one-piece Rhinosteel™ ferrule with patented Alcatraz Bladelock™ system gives you a perfectly aligned system with field point accuracy and devastating penetration. Four sharp Lutz Solingen® German blades, a 1" cutting diameter, and .035" blade thickness (.030'' for 85 grain model).

Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 35 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great all around The only fixed blade that i have ever shot that every one will truely fly like a field point ...... Best all around broadhead you can buy!! January 7, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great product I have shot 3 bucks with these heads. I have never had 1 run over 60 yards. The only bad thing I say is the blood trail is not great for the first 20 yards, after 20 yards blood is pouring out. Always have complete pass threws. I will be shooting them for a while. December 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Best fixed head I used the magnums and the standards for the past two years. I have shot them out of 3 different bows. 1 was an Athens Recluse, a Bowtech Experience, and a Strother SX Rush. It flew with my field points with all bows. If your bow is properly tuned right, these are what you need. Massive slug hole like damage. Strong Steel Ferrule and field point flight, nuff said. And there cheaper October 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very sharp!!! BE CAREFUL!!! VERY SHARP!!!! I shot a coyote at 40 yards with these broad heads, i thought i missed so i tried to call him back but i hit him and he bolted into a corn field, he would have dropped at 10 yards but when i called him back he ran about 700 yards than i lost blood. Very great product!!! October 1, 2013
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If there the standards use the standard blades if there the magnums use the magnum blades
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Just choose 100 grain "standard"
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The replacement blades for 100 grain and 125 grain are the same. The only difference between the two is the ferrel. The blades used are the same for both.
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which broadhead is more accurate: slick trick, muzzy mx3, or wasp boss sst?
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I have tried them all.I shot 6 different brands into my basement concrete wall and the result was this: Only 2 survived.The innerlok ,which couldn't be reused. The slick trick was chiseled out with screw driver and was the dressed with new blades.Then it was shot at 30 yards with same ferrul and ended up in the bullseye! These blades are tuff as nails and fly like a feild point.Oh yeah...the blood trail is awesome !
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I have used the slick trick (which I threw away), muzzy, and wasp. I liked both the muzzy and wasp. I friend of mine likes the Slick Trick, but I was very disappointed in flight performance and penetration.
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for me slick trick... i have shot the muzzys out of several different setups and they always have a plainning issue. for me always low right... the wasp boss sst fly true but i have ran into issues with the strength of the ferrule. they break into pieces if you hit shoulder or ribs which lead to a penetration issue. the slick trick flys great out of all my bow setups, even my girl friend 40 pound bow it is dead on all the way up to my little brothers new carbon element rkt with maxima blue streak arrows shooting 323fps on the chrono. hope this helps ... slick trick is the toughest, truest flying broadhead out there.
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slick trick in my opinion
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no mater what you are going to have to sight in your bow with the diffrent types of broad heads some weigh more than other if you dont sight it in you shots will be low or take a drop i would go with the muzzy mx3 and SIGHT IN YOUR BOW AGAIN
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With those I'd say the Muzzy mx3, give the magnus stinger a shot although. trust me its well worth the time and investment
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how many broadheads come in a pack?
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3 Broadheads come in each pack.
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3 broadheads in a pack.
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which would u pefer plz write back im new to hunting
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85, 100, 125 are all the weight of the heads measured in grains... the lighter the head the stiffer the shaft will fly. heavier the head the more flex the shaft will have. this comes into play when correcting arrow flight by paper tuning your bow. this shows that your arrows are flying straight.
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i would chose the 100 grains but the higher the grain the more weight the arrow all together will weigh you should go with the 100 grains and re sight in your bow because if you leave your sights the same then you could have a drop shot or a lower shot if your are shooting a 85 grain. now if your shooting a 125 grain then go to a 100 grain then you shots will be high. so you need to buy the 100 grains and get the good ones (you get what you pay for) and sight in your bow again!!!
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you need to select the correct weight for your setup, broadhead weight affects the "spine" or stiffness of your arrow, which affects the flight. You need to find out what is the correct weight for your arrow and setup. Try a proshop or buy some software, pinwheel software is great for that.
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The only diference is the weight. You should use the same weight for practice as you should for hunting. This broadheads flight just like field points.
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depends on the weight of your arrow and field points. i use the 100 grain broadheads. good luck and good hunting!
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