Slick Trick Magnum Fixed-Blade Broadheads or Replacement Blades
i lost 2 deer with this broadhead. had horrible penetration. first deer was a perfect shot but i guess hit a rib because the broadhead went nowhere. it hit and just stopped like it hit concrete. the second deer was hit just a little far forward and never penetrated either. the first shot was a 38 yard shot, and the second was a 31 yard shot. put a muzzy on and passed through 2 days later. will never shoot them again.
blades dulled easily, no penetration not to mention they are not a cheap head either. wont shoot them again.
November 18, 2010
These are a great broadhead that is very tough and very sharp.
I love the way the blades lock into place on these heads. They blades are VERY sharp. I shot one deer and an armadillo with this head this year. Heads held up just fine. In fact, I used the same ferrule on both animals and numerous target rounds. Just replace the blades and you're ready to go. Provided excellent blood trail on the deer.
Bow did require a little broadhead tuning, which is no big deal. Most heads do require a little tuning.
March 2, 2011
I love this blade! I shoot a maxxis at 71lb and use an axis 340 shaft. This is the first time I used blazer vanes and a 3 degree right helical. All my friends use other vanes and no fixed blade works well with them. In my opinion blazers work the best. These blades are very accurate and muzzy's never work with my set up! I shot a deer quartering to me at 25 yds and blew it threw the front shoulder and had a complete pass through. It ran 30 yards and crashed!!! I highly recommend these blades!
October 14, 2010
First time user of this broadhead. Two weeks ago, I hit a doe at 10 yds and she fell over at my 25 yd marker. This past week, hit a buck at 35 yds with the same broadhead and he dropped in his tracks. That has never happened to me before when bowhunting so I almost fell out of the tree in shock. I am shooting a Mathews Monster @70lbs with a 26.5" draw and CE Mayhem 350.
I should also say that I lost a deer earlier in the season when using a Swhacker 125. Slick Trick does the deed cleanly.
November 9, 2010