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  • I am starting my first bow season next month and before I go into the woods, I need some broadheads. What are better fixed broad

    I am starting my first bow season next month and before I go into the woods, I need some broadheads. What are better fixed broadheads or mechanical?

  • #2
    I personally shoot fixed, muzzy 3 blade 100 grains. Some say mechanicals are better some say the other way.

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    • #3
      Starting out I'd stick with a cut on contact broadhead. I think most people go with mechanical broadheads because they tend to fly pretty close to their field points. If you have a tuned bow you should be able to find a fixed broadhead that flies close to you field points. If they do strike differently but still group accurately then you can adjust your sights to the broadheads.

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      • #4
        I shoot the fixed blade Crimson Talons 150 grain. The offset blades are devastating!

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        • #5
          this my first bow season too ive got g5 montecs 125grain i think mechanicals are a pain

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          • #6
            mechanicals can be a little tricky. Sometimes the rubber band holding them shut can break or they can randomly open in flight. I'd stick with fixed blades.

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            • #7
              Mechanicals are my choice. They fly great, just like my field points. I prefer spitfire mech. No rubber band and they have always opened on contact

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              • #8
                For a beginner i would always try fixed

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                • #9
                  muzzy 4 blade

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                  • #10
                    im only 13 and i use 3 blade rage mechanical broadheads

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