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Old 04-20-2015, 02:41 PM   #101
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Just talked to the CEO. Their web sight was a tad confusing on the cut. The main blade is 1-1/4 and the bleeder is 7/8
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Old 04-20-2015, 03:46 PM   #102
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Here is a small sample of some of mine. Solid legend 125
Old solid 125
silver flame 125
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Old 04-25-2015, 09:34 AM   #103
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I tried the montec g5s last season and put down a few pigs and a deer but definitely agree they dont produce a good blood trail. The deer crashed about 15yards in sight but there was zero blood even where he laid.
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Old 04-25-2015, 09:36 AM   #104
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I'm going to try the slick trick mags this year. CastAndBlast have you started shooting these yet?
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Old 04-25-2015, 01:13 PM   #105
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I'm going to try the slick trick mags this year. CastAndBlast have you started shooting these yet?

Yes! Fly great! Durable! Blood trails have been good. I haven't been shocked by the size of the entrance/exit holes, but they are good. My experience is limited with them though. I have only shot my last 3 hogs with them.
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Old 04-25-2015, 03:18 PM   #106
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Yes! Fly great! Durable! Blood trails have been good. I haven't been shocked by the size of the entrance/exit holes, but they are good. My experience is limited with them though. I have only shot my last 3 hogs with them.
Sweet. We will see how they work out. I like the simple design.
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Those heads look nasty Jason I'm gonna have to try those out!! I'm stuck on G5 Strikers but those heads look sick!!
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Old 04-25-2015, 06:24 PM   #109
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Old 04-25-2015, 06:25 PM   #110
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Here is a small sample of some of mine. Solid legend 125
Old solid 125
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Are those blood runners?
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No. Looks like the name of each is up top
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Those heads look nasty Jason I'm gonna have to try those out!! I'm stuck on G5 Strikers but those heads look sick!!

You choose from a steel or titanium collar. 100 and 125 grain. Or somethin like that. 080 thick blade. Ol JT Larkin turned me on to these the other day.

Trophy Taker's new A-TAC broadheads exude toughness and are engineered for accuracy and devastating penetration. The A-TAC ferrule is machined out of a solid chunk of stainless steel and features a 5/8" cutting diameter. A single piece, un-vented stainless steel blade slips through the ferrule and locks into place to round out the four blade design. This 0.080" thick main blade is twice as thick as most blades on the market and honed to a razor sharp edge. The cutting diameter of the main blade is 1 and 1/8" or 1 and 3/8" depending on the model. This cut-on-contact head has clearly been designed to hunt anything that a bowhunter is willing to pull a bow back on.

The A-TAC is available in standard threads and Deep Six threads...all Deep Six models feature a stainless steel collar that slips down over the arrow shaft for increased arrow toughness. Two of the Deep Six heads are designed to be glued directly into the shaft without an insert and are able to be optimized for Front of Center (FOC) due to their 10 grains per segment break-away design. The glue in models start at 225 grains and can be trimmed down to 175 grains.

Machined Collar: Sleeve over collar for slim shaft sizes adds extreme side strength
440A Stainless Blade: 0.080" thick and scalpel sharp with 1 1/8" and 1 3/8" cutting diameter options
416 Stainless Ferrule: Precisely machined from solid bar stock. Heat treated and honed scalpel sharp 5/8" diameter cutting edge
Glue in Models Available for Slim Shafts (0.166 ID)

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Old 04-25-2015, 07:21 PM   #113
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You choose from a steel or titanium collar. 100 and 125 grain. Or somethin like that. 080 thick blade. Ol JT Larkin turned me on to these the other day.

Trophy Taker's new A-TAC broadheads exude toughness and are engineered for accuracy and devastating penetration. The A-TAC ferrule is machined out of a solid chunk of stainless steel and features a 5/8" cutting diameter. A single piece, un-vented stainless steel blade slips through the ferrule and locks into place to round out the four blade design. This 0.080" thick main blade is twice as thick as most blades on the market and honed to a razor sharp edge. The cutting diameter of the main blade is 1 and 1/8" or 1 and 3/8" depending on the model. This cut-on-contact head has clearly been designed to hunt anything that a bowhunter is willing to pull a bow back on.

The A-TAC is available in standard threads and Deep Six threads...all Deep Six models feature a stainless steel collar that slips down over the arrow shaft for increased arrow toughness. Two of the Deep Six heads are designed to be glued directly into the shaft without an insert and are able to be optimized for Front of Center (FOC) due to their 10 grains per segment break-away design. The glue in models start at 225 grains and can be trimmed down to 175 grains.

Machined Collar: Sleeve over collar for slim shaft sizes adds extreme side strength
440A Stainless Blade: 0.080" thick and scalpel sharp with 1 1/8" and 1 3/8" cutting diameter options
416 Stainless Ferrule: Precisely machined from solid bar stock. Heat treated and honed scalpel sharp 5/8" diameter cutting edge
Glue in Models Available for Slim Shafts (0.166 ID)

Holy crap!!!! The specs are awesome!! Deffinatly trying them out! How much are 125 grn heads cost?
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Old 04-25-2015, 10:40 PM   #114
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You choose from a steel or titanium collar. 100 and 125 grain. Or somethin like that. 080 thick blade. Ol JT Larkin turned me on to these the other day.

Trophy Taker's new A-TAC broadheads exude toughness and are engineered for accuracy and devastating penetration. The A-TAC ferrule is machined out of a solid chunk of stainless steel and features a 5/8" cutting diameter. A single piece, un-vented stainless steel blade slips through the ferrule and locks into place to round out the four blade design. This 0.080" thick main blade is twice as thick as most blades on the market and honed to a razor sharp edge. The cutting diameter of the main blade is 1 and 1/8" or 1 and 3/8" depending on the model. This cut-on-contact head has clearly been designed to hunt anything that a bowhunter is willing to pull a bow back on.

The A-TAC is available in standard threads and Deep Six threads...all Deep Six models feature a stainless steel collar that slips down over the arrow shaft for increased arrow toughness. Two of the Deep Six heads are designed to be glued directly into the shaft without an insert and are able to be optimized for Front of Center (FOC) due to their 10 grains per segment break-away design. The glue in models start at 225 grains and can be trimmed down to 175 grains.

Machined Collar: Sleeve over collar for slim shaft sizes adds extreme side strength
440A Stainless Blade: 0.080" thick and scalpel sharp with 1 1/8" and 1 3/8" cutting diameter options
416 Stainless Ferrule: Precisely machined from solid bar stock. Heat treated and honed scalpel sharp 5/8" diameter cutting edge
Glue in Models Available for Slim Shafts (0.166 ID)
Those heads look awesome. Now I have to go look them up. My wife is gonna be hacked at you for showing all these new things hahaha
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Those heads look nasty Jason I'm gonna have to try those out!! I'm stuck on G5 Strikers but those heads look sick!!

Hard to beat a Striker Chris! I love everything about my Striker Mags, but my grouping. I can only keep a 3" average group at 20 yards. When shooting ramcats, tricks, or heartcraft, my groups drop to a 1.5-2" average. I must say though, I have shot probably 40+ hogs with striker mags and the all bleed well, cut big holes, don't run far, and stay together.
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I sure wish they made those heads with a little more blade Jason! I have a hard time shooting something with a small cutting diameter, but the look like they would fly tight and blow through anything you hit. Any chance they will make a mag? It took me a long time to shoot slick tricks because of the lower cutting diameter. However I guess the cutting surface is probably close to the same due to the 4 cutting edges?
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Old 04-26-2015, 04:03 AM   #118
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Holy crap!!!! The specs are awesome!! Deffinatly trying them out! How much are 125 grn heads cost?
No clue as to price yet. They are coming out in May.

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Those heads look awesome. Now I have to go look them up. My wife is gonna be hacked at you for showing all these new things hahaha

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I sure wish they made those heads with a little more blade Jason! I have a hard time shooting something with a small cutting diameter, but the look like they would fly tight and blow through anything you hit. Any chance they will make a mag? It took me a long time to shoot slick tricks because of the lower cutting diameter. However I guess the cutting surface is probably close to the same due to the 4 cutting edges?

They are made for penetration and fast
bow speeds. Which is sorta an oxymoron. :-/
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[QUOTE=Dan Evans never stops. [/QUOTE]

He has probably killed more and bigger public land Elk than anybody. You're right he never stops!!!
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Right now I am shooting rage but am looking at some fixed blades, the slick tricks have caught my eye but I am wondering what you guys like and why? I like the slick tricks cuz of the short ferrel and thick blades.
Slick Tricks are all I have ever shot. Why fix it if it ain't broken? My arrows fly exactly the same with field tips and Slick Tricks. Gives me added confidence in taking the shot.
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The new Single Bevel Ramcats as soon as i can get some.
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Old 04-28-2015, 08:25 PM   #122
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G5 Montec steel. One piece three bladed, easy to sharpen, tuff as they come.
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For those who like them, lancasterarchery.com has the Razor Tricks on clearance right now for $19.99

If I didn't already have plenty of broadheads, I would stock up.
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For those who like them, lancasterarchery.com has the Razor Tricks on clearance right now for $19.99



If I didn't already have plenty of broadheads, I would stock up.

The Vipers are 2X stronger. Thus them being on sell .
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G5 Montec steel. One piece three bladed, easy to sharpen, tuff as they come.

And slacker blood trails vs an St.
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Slick Tricks are all I have ever shot. Why fix it if it ain't broken? My arrows fly exactly the same with field tips and Slick Tricks. Gives me added confidence in taking the shot.

The Rancat is even more forgiving. But i love Grizz Tricks .
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Slick Tricks are all I have ever shot. Why fix it if it ain't broken? My arrows fly exactly the same with field tips and Slick Tricks. Gives me added confidence in taking the shot.
I am leaning toward slick trick viper tricks or NAP Thunderheads. Not sure which one to go with.
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Old 04-30-2015, 05:36 PM   #128
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Who needs a blood trail??? Shoot them with Montecs and watch them fall!!
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Who needs a blood trail??? Shoot them with Montecs and watch them fall!!

Giggle giggle.
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180 gr steel force phat heads
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Old 07-21-2015, 11:28 AM   #131
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Can't go wrong with G5 Montecs... I'm not advertising for G5, I just use s*** that's simple and gets the job done. I shoot 10-12 does/yr (MLD tags) and I make it through the season with 3 broadheads. They clean and resharpen easily, are tough as nails, fly great, leave good blood trials. I know there are plenty of good broadheads out there but these sure get the job done for us. As long as it's sharp and you have your bow tuned up right, you should be fine with anything on this post.
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Old 07-21-2015, 11:36 AM   #132
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Any update on how the Ramcats did Castandblast?
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Well placed field point is all I need. Lol
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Well placed field point is all I need. Lol

And about 3/4 hour wait and a tracking dog.
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Bro you don't need no update on those. They just flat work.
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Old 07-21-2015, 03:51 PM   #136
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I like the Exodus and Slick Trick Grizz Trick 2s
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Just to let you know,G5,has a 15.00 rebate on their Montec Fix blade.You can get the rebate info on inter net at G5..Good Luck.
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Old 07-21-2015, 08:38 PM   #139
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bro you don't need no update on those. they just flat work.
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100 grain 3 blade Muzzy has never let me down...
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Old 07-21-2015, 08:52 PM   #141
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Cannot argue with a head that has never failed someone!
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I have shot them all and killed with most, but I always come back to the ol stand by MUZZY three blade. Never failed me.
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I have shot them all and killed with most, but I always come back to the ol stand by MUZZY three blade. Never failed me.

Shot every broad head there is??



Also. I haven't shot em in quite a few years now but I have never had an issue with a Muzzy anything!

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Old 07-22-2015, 01:53 PM   #144
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Old 07-22-2015, 06:52 PM   #145
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Old 07-22-2015, 10:38 PM   #146
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muzzy trocars. i like the offset blades. they fly just like the field points, good for a newb like me.
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