Muscled tensed, you hit the same anchor point at the corner of your mouth like you had all summer long. But this isn’t a foam target, what stands 25 yards away has fur and breathes.
You know food and possibly antlers are just a few seconds away from being yours. Fiber optics hover onto the one tuft of fur you picked out, you envision where the arrow will exit rather than enter.
However, you are banking on a glorified sharpened stick to get the job done. For all the marbles, a small piece of steel must get the job done through soft tissue and hard bone.
Archery broadheads are always of great debate and for good reason. There are differences in each broached although they serve the same purpose. Each person chooses a broadhead to fit their needs and personality. My needs are much different from yours. Yours are different from your friends. Having flip flopped between broad heads over the past several years, and the fall seasons on the horizon, I want to settle on a specific broadhead.
Here are my top five choices [in no particular order] for best broadhead for the 2015 hunting season.
Read more: http://www.ammoland.com/2015/04/best-broadheads-for-bowhunters/#ixzz3tmQuwGa9
Under Creative Commons License: Attribution
Follow us: @Ammoland on Twitter | Ammoland on Facebook