This one is often underrated by inexperienced bowhunters but the most important item you can carry in the woods are razor sharp cut-on-contact broad heads. Don’t get caught up in the hype about mechanicals, they are not new and they never have and never will perform as effectively as a razor sharp fixed blade broad head.
Many good broad heads incorporate modern technology into the best designs. These broad heads are a sample of the options available to todays bow hunter. The undisputed most important item bowhunters carry is sharp broad heads like these.
Don’t take chances on poor penetration or wounding animals this season. Keep those broad heads sharp and choose wisely – Your success depends on it! Good luck!
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