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    Favorite Fixed Blade

    Alright, since there is soo much drama and tension on here lately, lets talk about something we like for a change. What is your favorite Fixed Bladed head and why.

    If you are here to thread crap or stir up more poo then please don't post. Lets all just get along.

    I'll start. Lol. So far my favorite fixed head is Vpa 3 Blade unvented.

    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1369058923.724125.jpg

    Very easy to sharpen, very sturdy, completely reliable, and great flight. I haven't been in the game long enough to harvest anything with one yet but come September Imma try. Lol. I'm thinking about trying some 2 blade penetrators (vpa) or some Simmons Tree Sharks. Those look absolutely wicked. I just wish they were a little lighter than 190.


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    I really like my Slick Tricks and have always used the Magnums. After Enkriss brought up the idea of switching the GT2 blades onto a Vipertrick I think that is the route that I am going to try this year and see how it works. The Vipertricks are a nice looking head and adding a little bit more blade to them should help a lot.
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    It depends on what mood I'm in. ST and GK are my favs for now but I'm shooting Solids this year.








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    Old tried and true muzzy 4 blade by far nothing else even registers on the meter when it comes to favorite. Why? Bc they are bad THRU the bone.


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    I'm a trick fan fo sho, but so far this year i'm going to use the G5 striker 125's & the two GK125XL's I have.


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    Plain ole Thunderheads

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    I always have used the Slick Trick - "Grizz Trick" model and have had great success with them. That and a good shot placement has made for some short tracking jobs.

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    I have yet to shoot a deer with my ST's. Would love a change to lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by Foxtrot92000 View Post
    Alright, since there is soo much drama and tension on here lately, lets talk about something we like for a change. What is your favorite Fixed Bladed head and why.

    If you are here to thread crap or stir up more poo then please don't post. Lets all just get along.

    I'll start. Lol. So far my favorite fixed head is Vpa 3 Blade unvented.

    ImageUploadedByTapatalk1369058923.724125.jpg

    Very easy to sharpen, very sturdy, completely reliable, and great flight. I haven't been in the game long enough to harvest anything with one yet but come September Imma try. Lol. I'm thinking about trying some 2 blade penetrators (vpa) or some Simmons Tree Sharks. Those look absolutely wicked. I just wish they were a little lighter than 190.


    --Alex

    I have always wanted to try VPA and really don't know why I haven't.








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    GK 100s and ST mags fly great for me, Going to change my arrow setup for my GK 125XLs for this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Double D View Post
    I have always wanted to try VPA and really don't know why I haven't.
    I'm glad I did. Can't wait to clean one up after a pass through. Lol. I filled an old turkey decoy with expandable foam and used it as a target earlier this year. My practice tips would be sticking out the back end a few inches but the Vpa's wouldn't even slowdown. Found one about 40 yards past it.


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    Quote Originally Posted by P.Smash View Post
    Plain ole Thunderheads
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    Muzzys by far.

    I couldn't get the vpa heads I had very sharp and they flew like crap when muzzys flew great.




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    Quote Originally Posted by JayB22 View Post
    I really like my Slick Tricks and have always used the Magnums. After Enkriss brought up the idea of switching the GT2 blades onto a Vipertrick I think that is the route that I am going to try this year and see how it works. The Vipertricks are a nice looking head and adding a little bit more blade to them should help a lot.
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    Thankya. Those are the gt2 blades right?
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