After 20 years in the Marines, killing anything with a good rifle out to 500 yards is pretty much routine. Now, I'm primarily a bowhunter because of the challenges inherit to the sport. I noticed in a recent article that Alaska does not allow mechanical broadheads for moose hunting; implying that they are unreliable. Have you done, or do you know of, any unbiased testing on the subject?
By the way, I thoroughly enjoy your magazine and tv show. After filtering through virtually every deer and bow hunting magazine on the market, I have settled on yours as my primary source of hunting information--thanks in no small part to Dr. Charles Alsheimer (and his extensive research on Whitetails) and the Drury brothers. Congratulations on a job well done--keep up your standards.
Lt. Col. USMC (Retired)