well said ,wish washington state would give us the option of ether choicekeepem sharp said:Both mechanicals and fixed broadheads are good for whitetail!
Each type have broadheads that are better than others. Personally I like a fixed blade broadhead but there is ton of good mechanicals, I would stay with the Big name heads such as Thunderheads, muzzy or rockets, rocky mountain to name a few. It all boils down to what you prefer!
I'm trying to recall if I've ever seen this question before? :wink:archerking said:i was wondering wich was better for whitetail at about 15 to 20 yards
Well said, and I think we can add that the main thing is put the arrow, whether fixed or mechanical broadhead is attached, in the kill zone. Won't matter what you're using if you make a bad hit.:sad: :zip: :wink: I also believe if you tune your bow properly that you won't have a problem with how fixed blade broadheads fly. :wink: Good luck this season.Moose mustard said:as a general rule,fixed blade is a better killer, a mechanical is a better flyer. For deer , most name brand mecahnicals will work just fne.