Slick Trick Magnum Fixed-Blade Broadheads or Replacement Blades
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Enjoy superb flight performance with devastating delivery after impact with the low profile, 4-blade design of Slick Trick™ Magnum Fixed-Blade Broadheads. One of Slick Trick's best selling designs, the versatile and rugged Magnum features no moving parts for great strength and durability. These 4-blade broadheads combine a Super Steel™ hardened steel ferrule with Slick Trick's Alcatraz™ Bladelock system for a perfectly aligned broadhead that delivers field point accuracy with extreme penetration. The Slick Trick's 4 interlocking .35" Lutz® German steel blades provide exceptional straightness, strength, resilience, and the deep surgical-sharp cutting power hardcore bowhunters want. 4-edge, bone splitting tip. 1-1/8" cutting diameter.
- Simple, rugged design - extraordinary performance
- Low-profile, short broadhead design
- Super Steel hardened steel ferrule with 4-edge, bone splitting tip
- Alcatraz Bladelock system - protects and holds blades in position for top performance
- 4 interlocking .35" Lutz® German steel blades - surgical sharpness for big blood trails
- 1-1/8" cutting diameter
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Really though, 125 are heavier and are used with a little heavier arrow for more penetration. I use 100 grain and find them to be extremely effective for taking white tailed deer. If you use 125 grain then make sure you buy arrows that match. This can be accurately done by using the information provided on almost all arrow boxes. A graph is provided on the box so that you can match the arrow, broadhead grain and bow # pull.
The only diference is the weight. You should hunt with the same weight you practice.