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Best Fixed Broadheads

Updated December 2018
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    Fixed broadheads give you a few advantages over other types of weapons used for hunting. The broadhead has an exaggerated cutting point, which you’ll attach to an arrow shaft. The broadhead pierces the game animal when you launch the arrow. You can find a few different designs of broadheads, depending on the hunting you plan to do. Fixed broadheads differ from mechanical broadheads in a few different ways. You can easily remove fixed broadheads for sharpening. Mechanical broadheads attach to the arrow shaft and cannot be removed. Some fixed broadheads have a design with individually replaceable blades. Others are one-piece designs, meaning you must replace the entire head at one time. Fixed broadheads will appear in designs with 2, 3, or 4 blades per unit. It’s easier for novice bow hunters to use smaller fixed broadheads with fewer blades.

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