cunninghamww wrote:If I was a mechanical guy, I might have to try them! But really if I could offer one piece of advice, it would be to shoot what you are confident shooting. Every broadhead will perform to some degree, but a well-placed shot by a confident hunter will make any broadhead look like the best one ever invented. Good luck this year!
If You were a mechanical guy the clanking would scare away all the deer! And I have at least a dozen different types of broadhead/razorheads now I pick them up in trades, ect, and I don;t throw them away because someone may need a few tips. Anything will work, but some work better than others. The difference though is small at short distances, and a few inches difference is not gonna make much difference. Hunt well my friend.
The only real difference between a good tracker and a bad tracker is observation. All the same data is present for both. The rest is understanding what you are seeing.