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  • New Season, New Broadheads

    Because as much as I liked the rages, They never stayed closed in my quiver, So I am in search of a new mechanical broadhead to use this year

    I am thinking of the epiks

    what broadhead will yall be shooting?

    and what bow will you be shooting them with

    just want to see what everyone is using

  • #2
    Atom BH. I've really done my homework on these and ordered them yesterday.

    could it be a design flaw in the "Nagster" quiver?
    Elite GT500, 3d selects, QAD HD, G5 LE, Doinker. Bored, stroked, stretched.

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    • #3
      HaHa No, I think its a design flaw in the broadheads, for 40 bucks there should be no reason these things cant stay closed, and I shouldnt have to replace a rubber ring after I just bought them.

      so Its time for me to move on to something else.

      Im not knocking them at all,because I have seen too many people use them with success, I just didnt have those same results

      I hear the grim reapers are pretty deadly too.

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      • #4
        going to the Grim Reaper 1 3/4" cut heads.
        2011 Hunter black riser/snow camo limbs 28.5/70

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        • #5
          Staying with fixed blades, trying Steel force Phatheads this year. They flew great in my testing, can't wait to see what they do to a deer.
          Life should be measured by how many selfless acts of kindness someone does to positively influence somebody else's life.

          Gt500,Bodoodle,Bstinger,
          Easton fatboys, 28" DL, 53lbs

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          • #6
            well i'm more than likely going with the slick tricks. Very very very sharp, and they shoot great. I'll be hunting with a GT500. To much to go wrong with mechanicals. Some of my friends have lost deer on them. Spitfires are a big NO. If your going with mechanicals i would shoot the Grim Reapers. Everybody i've seen and heard about using them love them. Check them out.

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            • #7
              http://www.g5outdoors.com/#sec_video

              If this link doesn't work, go www.g5outdoors.com , go to the video section, hunting, and watch the Saskatchewan bear hunt. I shot that bear with a Tekan II. You can also see a Wisconsin whitetail I shot there as well with a Striker Magnum.

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              • #8
                I'm not giving up my Phatheads yet, but I will be using Silver Flames for the first time this year. They fly just like my Phatheads and look really mean.
                Limited Edition TA GTO 64# @ 28.5"
                Elite E 500 64# @ 28.5"
                The start of a love affair
                Ninja E Force...Black Thunder
                FMJ Silverflames/Phathead
                Posten Spot Hogg
                Ford Tough

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                • #9
                  Going from slick tricks to rages just purchased some tonight.
                  Twin Oaks Archery Range VA
                  2013 Nija Hunter
                  2009 GT 500 Reverse AP
                  2009 GT 500 Black and Carbon Fiber
                  Home Brewer of fine Ale

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                  • #10
                    Blood Runner

                    Trying the new NAP Blood Runners this year.
                    Z28 AT ('09 ZCam)
                    82# @ 29"
                    433gr= 293fps
                    Classic Antlers by Klaus - artisan
                    Head Bangers Productions

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                    • #11
                      I am going to give the new F-15's by Carbon Express a shot!

                      Mark

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                      • #12
                        Ill be using SlickTricks but the NAP BloodRunner looks like a great BH.

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                        • #13
                          Slick tricks worked great last year and I have some Spitfires that need used too. Both have been great performers for me.

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                          • #14
                            Just picked up some Innerlock Stainless Extremes, they are a 3 bladde 100 gr head. I shot them when I got home and they hit dead on were my field tips are hitting. They are lazer sharp as well. Bought extra blades so I am good to go for the season.
                            08.5 GT500
                            08 GTO
                            Patiently waiting on that Z28 to drop in my lap.

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                            • #15
                              I shoot a variety, Steelheads, Sidewinders, but my main broadheads are Montecs and Strikers. Shooting the Montec CS this year. I just love the resharpening capability and durability of the Montecs.
                              '10 Z28 60# 27.5" AT max1
                              '11 Hunter Ninja 70#
                              '12 Answer Ninja 60#
                              Anchor Sight, VBG Startrack

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