Grasp the ferrule by the threads between the right thumb and forefinger. Slide the long slot blade in one ferrule slot, and hold it forward in place with the right thumb and forefinger around the ferrule. Now turn the ferrule so that the edge of the blade is toward you.
Now slide the other blade, from left to right through the ferrule slot beneath the first blade, being careful not to allow it to come into contact with the fingers and swing the tail of the blade upward into place. Install the washer and screw the head on the arrow. Like any head, for safety USE A BROADHEAD WRENCH to tighten the head down as hard as possible.
The SLICK TRICK has a "lock fit", and will lock down very tightly. Now spin the arrow on the tip. If there is wobble, unlock the head with the wrench and rotate the washer a tad. Lock down again with the wrench. Using this method the head will spin.
Aligning blades with fletch is not necessary. Air returns down to the arrow immediately, so it doesn't matter.
You will be delighted to find SLICK TRICK's hit right on your fieldpoints. You may now keep your choice arrows SLICK TRICK tipped in your hunting quiver and practice with your fieldpoints.
RULE #1 in bowhunting is WAIT FOR A GOOD SHOT. Rule #2 is DON'T FORGET RULE #1. Take a good broadside or quartering shot at your trophy and enjoy SLICK TRICK tenderloins.
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To disassemble the broadhead you do the opposite of assembling it. USE A BROADHEAD WRENCH to unscrew the broadhead from the arrow and remove the washer.
Grasp the base of the ferrule with the right thumb and forefinger pushing up on the base of the blade whose edge is facing you. With your left thumb and forefinger attempt to move the other blade (whose flat side is facing you) side to side. If this blade moves side to side, proceed. If it does not, rotate the broadhead and the other blade will move side to side.
The blade that moves side to side is the blade that pulls out first. Now, while still grasping the base of the ferrule with the right thumb and forefinger, and pushing up on the base of the blade whose edge is facing you, use your left thumb and forefinger to pull down on the blade that moved side to side. Now carefully swing the base of that blade out to the left and down and the blade will slip out. Finish by sliding the other blade out of the ferrule.