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    Default Fixed broadheads and 3 blazers

    I know all broadheads can be tuned and I get the 4 fletch longer fletching,but. Is there any fixed heads that you guys are having more luck with on standard 3 blazer fletching? Thank you
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    4-blade Slick Tricks; they fly like field points. Tuning blades to align with vanes is a myth.
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    I like the Slick Trick broadheads also

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    Slick tricks as well here. Fly exactly like my field points.

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    Me too, slick tricks on my xbow...
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    125gr slick tricks (1 1/4" Grizz trick) 92gr brass insert, spin tested for wobble, and they're very close to same POI as field points
    Last edited by bdog; February 1st, 2019 at 10:48 PM.

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    Convinced. Got em on order. Thank You
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    Interesting discovery for me-Slick tricks.
    I use Wasp SST 125 gr for many years,and OK with them......but would be willing to try something new too.

    Slick tricks has several 4 bladed broad heads.
    What would you recommend for Excalibur Exocet 200 lbs draw weight crossbow,in 125 grain?
    Thanx

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    Fresh out of the 2019 ATA show...Wasp has teamed up with Havalon for a new broadhead. I use a Havalon knife for skinning and know how sharp they are...otherwise ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by gbk View Post
    Interesting discovery for me-Slick tricks.
    I use Wasp SST 125 gr for many years,and OK with them......but would be willing to try something new too.

    Slick tricks has several 4 bladed broad heads.
    What would you recommend for Excalibur Exocet 200 lbs draw weight crossbow,in 125 grain?
    Thanx
    Same bow using Slick Trick Magnum 125 grain. They have a 1.125" cut and fly almost identically to my field points.
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