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Broadhead recommendations #7040278 01/16/18 05:15 PM
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I have a friend who shoots for DirtNap, so I've been thinking about giving the DRTs a try. Anybody used them that has an opinion on them?


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Re: Broadhead recommendations [Re: HiBanksDeer] #7041122 01/17/18 02:55 AM
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I like them. For me, they require very little tuning and work great.

Re: Broadhead recommendations [Re: HiBanksDeer] #7041154 01/17/18 03:21 AM
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Heard good things-- never had a fixed blade that didn't require a little more fine tuning than a expandable. I've shot 2 styles of Slick Trick, Solids and Muzzys and all needed the sight adjusted bc they did not hold same point of impact as field points.

As for terminal performance- Slick Tricks are good and provide great penetration. I prefer rage hypodermics or Swhackers. Had good luck with both on deer and I killed my cow elk this year with a 125gr Rage Hypo +P and had a perfect pass through and she ran 25 yards and tipped.

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VPA, is a great head. Tune your bow and shoot any broadhead . Forrest

Re: Broadhead recommendations [Re: HiBanksDeer] #7043577 01/18/18 10:39 PM
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If your broadheads arenít shooting the same as your field points thatís not on the broadhead thatís on the bow. You need to tune your bow not readjust sights. I can screw on any head and shoot same spot.

Re: Broadhead recommendations [Re: HiBanksDeer] #7045088 01/19/18 09:21 PM
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I fine tune my bow first, then any head will fly right.


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Re: Broadhead recommendations [Re: HiBanksDeer] #7136026 04/08/18 10:15 PM
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Have had great luck with thee blade rage chisel tips. Really does some damage on a animal!!!

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Grim reapers, AWESOME

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I like wasp jackhammers

Re: Broadhead recommendations [Re: HiBanksDeer] #7146811 04/21/18 01:45 AM
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G5 Montec and Grim repper have both worked very well for me!

Re: Broadhead recommendations [Re: HiBanksDeer] #7153382 04/27/18 02:06 PM
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Slick Trick 125 grain for me. They've worked for me all over the world, from Africa to Argentina to Alaska.

Re: Broadhead recommendations [Re: HiBanksDeer] #7163106 05/07/18 09:32 PM
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NAP spitfire for me
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