Fixed broadheads

Discussion in 'New Arrows & New Broadheads' started by Jhauschultz, Jan 27, 2016.

  1. Jhauschultz

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    I know this subject gets beat to death but... I am deciding between the wac'em, or the exodus any suggestions I live in Wisconsin so the legalities don't really have any application. I also shoot 125gr thanks

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    I like German Kinetics, Solids or Slick Tricks.
     
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    I was looking at the solids but the $70 tag is steep I realize you get what ya pay for... Slick trick was also one I was looking at

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    The GK's and the Solids come very sharp and can easily be resharpened.
    The Slicks can also be sharpened but do have a better chance of breaking if they hit a bone.
     
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    Hmm... I might have to try out the solids... I also heard the st whistle when they fly any issues with that?

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    I really like VPA 3 blades.

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    I have used slick tricks for several years without any whistling issues. Sounds like someone has an issue with tuning if they are complaining of noise. Also, Slick trick blades are replacable. Resharpening is unnecessary. I have used the same head on three deer without the blades dulling.


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    That's what I was thinking also... I know the best way is to buy a couple brands and shoot them out of my bow to see what's best but that's going to get expensive lol thanks for the input

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