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Recommend me a broadhead for an upcoming nilgai hunt. #5942068 09/23/15 08:42 AM
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Ill be using my strothers valor. Its shooting right at 300fps, im using harvester ht-2's. Never gone after anything this tough skinned with the bow. I was thinking griz tricks, maybe? Ive used slick tricks on wt and really been impressed. Thanks.


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Re: Recommend me a broadhead for an upcoming nilgai hunt. [Re: jorge] #5942114 09/23/15 11:00 AM
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id go with the slick tricks. theyve been a solid head for me since 2004.

Re: Recommend me a broadhead for an upcoming nilgai hunt. [Re: jorge] #5942792 09/23/15 05:47 PM
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Cut on contact head. Razortricks, Helix, Magnus Stinger, Simmons, German Kinetics, Silver Flames. the list goes on.

Re: Recommend me a broadhead for an upcoming nilgai hunt. [Re: jorge] #5946678 09/25/15 09:22 PM
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I'd give the slick trick razortricks a look


Re: Recommend me a broadhead for an upcoming nilgai hunt. [Re: jorge] #5947178 09/26/15 03:17 AM
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I wouldn't hesitate to use a Magnus Buzzcut Stinger. Though it doesn't have the biggest cutting diameter, it is hard to beat in terms of penetration. Granted I haven't used any of the highly regarded German Kinetics.

Re: Recommend me a broadhead for an upcoming nilgai hunt. [Re: jorge] #5947313 09/26/15 06:40 AM
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Good to hear my slick tricks are still a favored broadhead. Theyve been the bees nees on whitetail and thin skinned exotics for me.


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Re: Recommend me a broadhead for an upcoming nilgai hunt. [Re: jorge] #5955879 10/01/15 02:05 PM
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And a heavy arrow (500 grainish). You probably don't need 300fps as much as you need momentum to penetrate.

Re: Recommend me a broadhead for an upcoming nilgai hunt. [Re: jorge] #5956089 10/01/15 04:29 PM
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If you want to try a new head you might give us a shot at www.bowhunter1.com. You can now shoot a broadhead that has a fixed blade and expandable blades.










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