As bow hunters, having a razor sharp broadhead with field point flight is something we all look for in a broadhead. With all the rage these days about expandables, I thought it would be cool to see how these fixed blades perform on various bows, using different arrows and at different poundages. If each huntographer is lucky enough to draw and connect on a deer, we’ll see the results firsthand.
To make things even more challenging, we only have 6 broadheads for each hunter to share. Yes, you read that correctly. Each deer hunter, will be using the same heads as the others. We will however have replacement blades if needed and sharpen them before passing them onto the next hunter.
Why? We want to see how durable they are. From what I’ve seen, these should do just fine.
Yeah, I know it’s crazy, but in the words of my friend Opie from First Light Gear, “That’s what we do!”
These are the original 100 grain Slick Trick’s and should fly true on everyone’s arrows without making any adjustments to their setups. Hopefully. We’ll just have to wait and see. But I’ll bring my Rinehart 18-1 target so we can test it before we hit the woods. If a hunter is uncomfortable with the flight or their arrow, it will be ok to skip the Slick Trick test.
Hi, I'm Rudy and I'm Filming America's Whitetail Deer and Elk Bow Hunters, One at a time. You could be in our next documentary hunting film. Email me to learn more.