How to Choose a Broadhead: Points to Consider

Posted by: PJ Reilly on Jul 15, 2012
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Ask 10 bowhunters which broadhead they prefer for slaying whitetails and you’re likely to get 10 different answers. And each guy will swear the one he uses is the only one to buy. “I’m telling you man, you don’t want to shoot anything other than the” – (insert a broadhead name here). The simple fact is, there’s probably at least one bowhunter out there who will swear by each broadhead on the market. If there wasn’t, that head would disappear from said market. The question you have to answer before deer season opens is, “Which one’s right for me?”

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Ultimately, the right broadhead is the one that flies true, cuts a big nasty hole, leaves a wicked blood trail to follow, and kills deer as quickly as possible. Find a broadhead that performs like that, and you’ll be one of those guys that swears by your choice.

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1 Comment on "How to Choose a Broadhead: Points to Consider"

Re: How to Choose a Broadhead: Points to Consider #
like the man said. the one that lets your arrows shoot the best groups. groups is the word here. tweek inserts, arrow rests, arrow components, adjust sights to match the group. keep them sharp. I have decided to use the g5 steel. practice with the exact head on each arrow, then sharpen carefully and that is it. no blades to change, screws to lose. remember KISS. Keep It Simple Stupid
Posted by tim gruver on 8/22/2012 8:21:57 PM

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