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    Chose Slick Trick 100 mags and WOW!!!

    Well I was trying to decide between Reapers and STs since they both were hitting the same spot as the FPs this morning. Got in the blind and nocked the GR but my anxiety overtook me wondering if all would go ok so changed to the ST and all I can say is never had a BH do this type of damage in 17 yrs. Was shooting Thunderheads prior to this year. Was always concerned about quartering at me shots but after shooting the Tricks this morning was confident I could do it with my set up when is presented the angle tonight. Shot was 20 yds into front left shoulder and blew thru off shoulder like butter destroying the lungs. She nose dived immediately and after scooting 25 yds was done, never lost sight of her. Here is a link to the pics didn't want to take up to much space on here. Think I found my new BH.

    Try this one GD:http://s738.photobucket.com/albums/x...20Pics%202011/
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    good story buy no pics.link wont take me to pics

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    Sorry, no pics for me either. I would really like to see then though. Please try to re post.
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    2010 Bengal,63#, 28dl, Easton ST Excels 400s @ 27.5", GT 5575s @ 27.5", or Beman 400s @ 27.5, ST 100 Magnums/Grim Reapers, older WB, Bonecollector 1100 Sights, LimbSaver "S" coil stabilizer, Grayling four arrow quiver, nocturnal nocks, Hutch-n-Sons cable/strings

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    very good pics.think i will have to get a 3pk

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    Definitely looked like a slug hole or even the rifle holes I had on my gun deer this year!! Best thing is they fly right with the FPs and this one hit right where it was sent.
    2010 Bengal,63#, 28dl, Easton ST Excels 400s @ 27.5", GT 5575s @ 27.5", or Beman 400s @ 27.5, ST 100 Magnums/Grim Reapers, older WB, Bonecollector 1100 Sights, LimbSaver "S" coil stabilizer, Grayling four arrow quiver, nocturnal nocks, Hutch-n-Sons cable/strings

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    good hit... looks like you made the right choise.... have heard lots of good input on that BH 2nd link works just fine edit and remove 1st link
    It's all fun an games till you put that big boy on the ground.. now its time to get to work
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    Very nice parttimr, gotta say those slick tricks are looking good. Hmmmmm now that I am in the need I might have to try them.




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    what are you using now Bill..I still have plenty of muzzy and a few tallon's I want to bore a hole threw some big bucks with.
    Know of some elk who fell to them slick tricks. so whats a poor whitetail going do...lol
    It's all fun an games till you put that big boy on the ground.. now its time to get to work
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    Yeah I'd say they're working, especially when you make this shot! Nice shooting parttimr! Time to try your hand at sausage making! Yummy!

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