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Old September 3rd, 2017
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Default SlickTrick Grizztrick 2

Does anyone else shoot the Grizztrick 2's? Switched to them this year! I'm lovin em. But they are scary sharp. My fingers tell the tell!! sharp an accurate as heck!!!


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I shot them last year they are very very sharp. And leave a heck of a hole.
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I used the standard and magnums. Slick Trick make the best fixed blade on the market IMO.

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Would u recommend for a crossbow?


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Plan on shooting some magnums out of one of my bows this year. Been practicing with them and they seem to fly in line with my field points.

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The original grizzly tricks made a whistling noise, do these?
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I've yet to hear of a whistle, of course I'm shooting a 450gr arrow at 262fps, my entire set up is quiet. Scary sharp, the one that cut me today has been shot through a Glendale buck about 120-130 time, an just diced my thumb while unscrewing it like butter! They have yet to show a flaw that I can see


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Fo sho (absolutely!). In fact, I'm using the xbow 150 grain slick tricks through my Excalibur micro 355. Repeatable 1 inch groups at 40 yards. The extra weight gives your bolt more mass forward (F.O.C.) which stabilizes those short bolts. Also gives you more kinetic energy.

One pi$$ed off broadhead if you ask me!

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They are bad to the bone, great choice of broadhead.

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I went with these this yr also,,, buddy of mine has shot em for a couple of yrs now,, We gonna try em on some Wisconsin bucks,,,, hope they got enough *** to get em down... they accurate for real..
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