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Slick Trick Standard, Magnum or GrizzTrick?

Old 10-20-2008, 08:41 PM
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Default Slick Trick Standard, Magnum or GrizzTrick?

Was wondering which one you guys prefer and why? I am getting some this week and would like to know how each one preforms. Thank You.
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Old 10-20-2008, 08:55 PM
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Default RE: Slick Trick Standard, Magnum or GrizzTrick?

I use a 125 gr. tip, so the Griz Trick isn't an option.
I shot the Mags tonight @ 40 yards and they flew with my field points.
I'll either use the ST Mag or a mechanical.
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Old 10-20-2008, 10:43 PM
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Default RE: Slick Trick Standard, Magnum or GrizzTrick?

I would go with the magnum, it's proven head, grizz-tricks I'm no so sure of.
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Old 10-21-2008, 09:19 PM
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Default RE: Slick Trick Standard, Magnum or GrizzTrick?

I've found the Grizz trick to be a 'much sharper' blade than the Slick trick out of the box. I've only used the grizz twice ...so far, after using the Slick Tricks for the last four years and they fly just the same as the slicks. The point of the ferrule of the grizz is also sharper and on a deer killed last Saturday the grizz made a hell of a mess!
You would not go wrong with the Grizz, they're wicked sharp.
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Old 10-22-2008, 12:11 PM
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Default RE: Slick Trick Standard, Magnum or GrizzTrick?

Do they sell replacement blades for the Grizz Trick or do you resharpen them?
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Old 10-31-2008, 04:09 AM
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Default RE: Slick Trick Standard, Magnum or GrizzTrick?

ORIGINAL: luke/r

Do they sell replacement blades for the Grizz Trick or do you resharpen them?

I'm not sure about replacement blades, but they are real easy to resharpen.

Like ampahuner said above, these heads come scary sharp out of the box and they make a nasty nasty when they hit. I took a doe this past Tues. morning ( my 1st with the Grizz) and the whole left was absolutely amazing! I'm not blowing smoke when I say that there are many deer rifles being used today that can't inflect the type damage I personally witnessed Tues. morning. I wasn't the only one impressed by the holes the Grizz left. Four other guys at the hunting camp were asking me where they could buy some and two guys at the processor ( one of which I'm sure still believes that I shot that deer with a 300 wsm even though I showed him my stained arrow and head) were impressed also. I shot that deer at 26 yards, quartering away and the entrance hole was unlike anything I've ever seen (the exit wasn't too shabby either)....NO JOKE! I can't see myself using any other broad head but the GrizzTrick! Great choice IMHO!
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Old 11-03-2008, 06:58 AM
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Last Wednesday I shotmy third deer for the season with the Grizz and did not get a pass thru, which really worried me----BUT!
He was forward of my stand, quarting into me. I hit just behind his front elbow on his left sideand the arrow deflected off of his second rib on the other side, cutting the rib in half, then turned straight down into the right frontleg and shattered the bone and lodged there. The arrow broke off 4-3/4" with the broadhead andthe remaining 23" of arrow fell outseventeen yards from where he was shot.
I kid you not, one of the blades has a slight 'saw tooth' appearance,and a stone (KME Sharpeners) will remove that and return to brand new form quite easily. The tip looks like it was not used, as well as the other blade.
I am very satisfied with the Grizz.
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