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With all the broadhead talk and which is better and the thread about retiring them for fear of failure, I just have a few questions on failure.

1. What do you consider broadhead failure?
2. How often do you think it ACTUALLY occurs? Not how often guys claim it to occur?

Other than mechs which need to open, a broadheads job has to be the simplest. It needs only to cut. If it is sharp, it will cut. Yea some may be able to go thru cars and phone books etc, but to get one thru the ribcage of a deer, it doesn't need to be built like a tank. It's nice to prepare for shots that hit bone or aren't the best placement....BUT when that happens does the blame fall to the head or the shooter?
 

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Mechanicals aside. It's like you say take a sharp broadhead put it where they live, end of story. Lots of hunter errors get blamed on broadheads:)
 
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