Slick Trick Grizz Trick Fixed Blade Broadheads or Replacement Blades
I like these broadheads, unfortunately these will not be the ones I use for hunting, I wont use them at all. they are extremely sharp and very tough broadheads, but they just wont tune right with the setup I have. my bow is fully tuned by professionals and they shoot about 6-8 inches away from the field points, I was able to tune them to get them about 4-5 inches away from field points but no close than that. if you can get them tuned out of your bow at field point accuracy you are going to love these heads.
September 25, 2014
VERY GOOD BROADHEAD
I have never used fixed blade broadheads until this year. Last night I harvested two does and was surprised at how well they performed. First deer fell within sight, no tracking needed, the second took off where I could not follow her path. Very quick track job, good blood trail, about 50 yards. Both arrows passed through and cut gaping holes. Will continue to hunt with the Grizz Tricks this season and so far I am impressed wiht how well they performed.
October 31, 2013
What are people talking about?
I do shoot a fast bow, z7 at 70 lbs, 29". and paired with carbon express blue streaks, but this seems to be one of the best heads on the market, hands down! I get pinpoint acuracy consistantly. Do these people tune there bows and try different combinations before just throwing any old thing togeather, having issues and automaticaly blaming the head? Archery is a science and not everything works with everything.
June 30, 2013
broadhead that will hold up
I shoot a 55lb 27 inch reflex bow. I shot a doe high in the back what they call "the no-mans land" she went maybe 100 yards and died. I didnt get a passthrough the arrow went a little more then halfway and stopped. Had no problem tracking the blood trail very supprised of the bloodtrail just a good broadhead! the only down side with the grizztrick for some reason with my set up the arrow would drop a couple inches under the bullseye so i had to raise my sight. For $29.99 have to try them you wont be disappointed.
October 26, 2012