Over the past 2 years I have switched to Crimson Talon Broadheads 100 grain. These broadheads are a fixed blade style and have slightly curved blades to create a spiral wound channel on contact tearing and cutting a spiral hole so there is no chance of clotting if you don make a complete pass through. These broadheads fly like field points and have a steel chisel point and give amazing blood trails!
Buck 80 wrote: February 21, 2013
I have been bow hunting since I was 12 now I am 50 and still at it, the one thing I have found Is that a fixed blade broad head has never failed me.
I have used all the popular mechanical broad heads with mixed results and most of them not favorable,the the least success I had was with the meat seeker. I started with bear broad heads and as long as they keep making them I will finish with Slick Trick or slick trick magnums they are by far the best killing broad heads I have ever used. they do it all,big holes,great blood trails and penetration. This is the head,don't risk guessing it's not worth it trust me.