Iron will BH

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Been reading posts for years But just joined to get opinions.. thinking about trying some iron will bh this year..Single bevel blade or standard ?
 

Billy Goat

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Seems to me you just need to decide what you really want.

In the end I think the differences are pretty minimal, tho I like to try different things and now that a left bevel is available I'll probably try some.

I have both vented, solids, wides, just depends on the situation or the hunt what I might choose. I usually will have at least 3 different heads in my quiver too, so I clearly don't see the need to box myself into a corner with a single head.


Just depends on what you want, it's been proven over and over that basic cheap broadheads kill stuff just fine. Probably a pretty minimal gain to have a single bevel over a double bevel. I feel like the rotation can just as easily help you catch an artery as it can make you miss it, so still need to concentrate on the heart/lungs. Should give a slightly larger wound channel, but so would a larger cut broadhead, or a 3 blade. Most have a surplus of energy in their setups. Make sure you have a well tuned combination that you can hit where you are aiming with, the rest isn't as important in my opinion, but sure fun to play with.
 

wildwilderness

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I’ve tried standard vented and wides. Did not like how the wides fly. The SV has been excellent- spin perfect and super scary sharp, and retain edge. I use them on big animals- moose, brown bear, polar bear where cost of head is minimal to overall success.

That said, countless animals have died with cheaper broadheads… my main criteria is they fly perfectly.
 
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