Re: Broadhead that flies strait?
In my experience, the Slick Tricks are a great shooting head, but they end up low at extended ranges.y presumption is that "sizzle" they make on the way to the target is catching wind and creating drag. Shuttle T's, at least in my opinion, are the ticket for spot on flight. There's video of Dan Evans shooting basketball sized groups at 180+ on YouTube somewhere. Those Exodus heads shoot great too, the swept version shoots better in wind as it has less blade surface than the full blade version. The swept one is considered barbed however, so make sure to check your local regulations before buying them. Hope that helped.