Type: Posts; User: BingoFlyer
Sounds just like Gary, he treated every one as family.
I like the Jim Fletcher Flathead release, adjustable from very light to very heavy, smooth as my Model 70, no over travel, buckle wrist strap.
I've been shooting Slick Trick broadheads since they first came out. At that time they only made one Slick Trick.
Gary came out with a new broadhead that had 1" cutting dia. for...
Slick Trick, Razor Tricks. 4 all steel, cut on contact (COC) blades and fly like darts.
I killed my first Whitetail with less.
I got back into shape with the BowFit. Although I'm well past my teens I had a cardiac arrest that left me hardly able to hold my bow into shooting position.
If you try the BowFit start with the...
Put me in!
Another vote for Jim Fletcher releases. I like their Flathead, adjustable from heavy to very light but crisp trigger pull.
I agree 100%, all steel construction and can be sharpend to a smaller angle than a solid three blade.
I have used Slick Trick sence they first came out and not going to change, unless another ST!
I like the AT LED Flashlight, 220 Lem, runs for hours using 3 AAA batteries. 4" long and 3/8" (aprox). Cost less then $30.00
I agree with ILM, fixed Lithium cells is the way to go. Lithium batteries can explode or catch fire from improper charging (too long on charge/improper charge rate).
I like my Arrchery Talk LED. Very bright, they runs for hours on 3 aaa batteries and have over 100 Lm of brightness. I use mine every day. After 3 plus years started to become interminten (sp) I I...
I like the Jim Fletcher Flat Head because it has no creap and crisp and is adjustable let off. The only thing I find better is on my Winchester Model 70.
I learned to hunt shooting right handed, bow, rifle, hand gun, every thing.
An auto accident caused me to loss my right eye and I tried many things that might let me to shoot with my Left eye but...
I have been shooting Slick Tricks since they first came out and they are great!
When they first came out the 1-1/8" dia. was the only ST they made, Gary brought out the 1" dia. to get better...
Shot my first Whitetail in 1949 using a Bear Recurve and a Zwacki(s) Black Diamond broadhead Didn't get another one for 6 years.
Traverse City, hunt near Rosebush.
True, but they look nicer!
I was an Electronic Engineer for AT&T, engineered Fiber Optics, Microwave Communications, and
Cellular Phones and towers for the Microwave and Cellular Phone.
I have been Whitetail hunting since 1949 and have never used one.
I shoot their. Magnum for Whitetail
I agree with Dale on this one!
I have not seen them, but I'm sure Slick Trick would not put something on the market that was not up to their standards. If I was looking to go mechanical I would get the Nukes.
I've been using Slick Tricks for years and will continue to shoot them.
I agree, plus your shoulder will last longer!
I have been bow hunting since 1949 killed my first deer that year with a Bear Recurve of 55 lbs. I was unable to draw more that about 20 inches so...
I've been using Slick Tricks sense they first came out.
At that time they only made one the 1-1/8" broadhead, Gary came out with the 1" head to gain additional penetration for Elk and larger...
Slick Trick, 100 grain Magnum!
My prayers are with you and your Son, may the good Lord help your Son and his Drs. fined the way to recovery.
Prayers sent for your Dad and family.
Best I have used is the 125 grain Slick Trick Magnum or their COC Razor Tricks.
Health problems has required me to go to a lower draw weight so an now using the Razors and have complete pass...