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Slick Trick = Impressed! #7029800 01/08/18 06:57 PM
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Have shot Thunder Heads all my life and never had any issues, but got the urge this year to venture out to different things. So, I got me a pack of the Slick Trick Magnums and my goodness they have impressed me! Going to be hard to go back to my old ways after my 2 week slaughter fest!!! Both these were complete pass throughs and both heads look like new. Check em' out....




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The 2nd pic is of my buck. 25 yards, double lunged, and arrow buried in the dirt 3"... He AND the hog made it right at 50 yards before piling up!

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Re: Slick Trick = Impressed! [Re: Bobcat4119] #7030248 01/08/18 11:56 PM
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Looks good. I like an x vs a large slash. Nice shooting.

Re: Slick Trick = Impressed! [Re: Bobcat4119] #7031208 01/09/18 03:40 PM
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Thanks wacm. I haven't even shot at anything with my bow in 8 years and the last week of season, I took 3 hogs and a young buck! I had almost forgot how good it felt to hear that arrow breaking bones.

Re: Slick Trick = Impressed! [Re: Bobcat4119] #7031280 01/09/18 04:21 PM
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Those slick tricks will definitely do the job!!



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Originally Posted By: mreed
Those slick tricks will definitely do the job!!
Except for the mechanical heads. I shot a buck at point blank range (6yds) and hit the top of a rib and that's as far as it went!!! realmad

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Those slick tricks will definitely do the job!!
Except for the mechanical heads. I shot a buck at point blank range (6yds) and hit the top of a rib and that's as far as it went!!! realmad


How much kinetic energy is your setup producing? I wouldn’t think it would take a very powerful setup to break through a rib at that distance. What did the BH look like?



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I shot a pig. It died rather quickly which was good. The blood trail was non existent. I have the rest of them away.


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Re: Slick Trick = Impressed! [Re: mreed] #7033153 01/10/18 08:35 PM
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Those slick tricks will definitely do the job!!
Except for the mechanical heads. I shot a buck at point blank range (6yds) and hit the top of a rib and that's as far as it went!!! realmad


How much kinetic energy is your setup producing? I wouldn’t think it would take a very powerful setup to break through a rib at that distance. What did the BH look like?
If I had been using my Muzzy's, it would have blown right on thru and a dead deer at the end. Instead, I watch this deer run off with nearly all my arrow sticking up. Found a little blood a long ways from impact and that's it.

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Yep. like my slick tricks



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They are pretty special. I took 3 hogs with the same head and same arrow. On the third one I have no idea where my arrow ended up or I would have been looking for my forth with it. Found the pig but no arrow.

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^^^^^ This. I have used one on multiple hogs as well. Just resharpen if you need to then reassemble.

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Those are what I used when I shot my turkey last fall. They will be the broadhead on my bolts this coming weekend when I visit your State to remove some piggies.


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Looking good. Forrest

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Slick tricks ar where it's at! Been using them for last 6 years.


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well done sir.

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I agree on Slick Tricks. They've never let me down.

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