SIK SK2 Fliteloc Clips
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SK2 FliteLoc® Clips - 12 Pack
While SIK delivers one heck of a broadhead, it’s important to inspect the broadhead for damage, after each shot. If there are any visible defects, discard the broadhead. After a harvest or practice shot here are the steps to replace the Fliteloc© Clip.
- Hold the broadhead securely.
- Unscrew the tip. Remove any dirt or debris.
- Install the FliteLoc® clip partially onto the ferrule, just offset from the blades.
- Carefully pinch the blades and slide holding them in the forward position.
- Gently twist the FliteLoc® clip in the clockwise direction until the blades click into position.
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- Chris Parrish
The new SIK broadheads are nothing short of outstanding. Superior performance in both flight and on game along with unmatched penetration and wound channels make both the SK2 and the F4 my go-to broadheads.
- Daniel Karcher
I shot an SK2 into a big buck from a stand with limited shooting lanes at 15 yards. Just in the few seconds I was able to watch the deer run, I knew he wasn’t going far. To be able to see a wound channel that clearly in thick cover says something to the size of the SK2 made.
- Jack Borcherding
I shot a doe with the SIK F4 at 10 yards. It was a low heart shot and she went 10 yards and expired. Yes, I said 10 yards. The arrow zipped right through her and stuck into the ground more than 8 inches. I was very impressed with the performance of the SIK F4 broadhead.
- Jeff Pease
I shot three bucks this year with the SK2. Two died within sight and the other went 70 yards into a thicket and was quartering away pretty hard. Its entrance hole measured 5 inches in length. I’ve never seen such large holes and magnificent blood trails from any other broadhead. There is no question the blades are opening on impact. There’s not another expandable broadhead on the market that has offset blades to cut a hole like a SIK.
- Matt Mitchell
As the buck was approaching the base of my stand, I knew my shots would be limited. Knowing I had the devastating cut of the SIK SK2 on the front of my arrow gave me the confidence to take a near vertical shot at his vitals. Upon hitting him, blood immediately started pouring out as he went on his death run and piled up within a short walk of my stand.
100 things have to go right in order to release an arrow on a game animal. Confidence is everything and the last thing you want is to question your gear. You’ll never question an arrow outfitted with a four blade, fixed head that flies just like a field point. The SIK F4 is wicked sharp, burly and flies true.
- Timmy Langley
These new SIK SK2 broadheads are devastating. They produce quick, clean kills and walking blood trails. I especially like the shape of the wound channel. When you walk up to your harvest, the hole is wide open due to the offset design, causing massive blood loss. The SIK SK2 might be the last mechanical broadhead I ever shoot, I don’t know how it could get any better.
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