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 Comparison Between New Broad Heads & Other Broad Heads 
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Comparison Between New Broad Heads & Other Broad Heads
by: Johnson McBrady

New collection of broad heads is incredible to have and any hunter, who is serious about acquiring the game requirements to get these. Not just are they having great design, they definitely a punch while it comes to best performance, and Archery is all about a fine, & refined performance! So choosing the right equipment is the key for any one who wants to take up this sport

New design feature

One of the distinguishing features about new broad heads are they come with a brand new design. Special blade propeller mechanism also stays backwards unless it hits a target. On impact, blades get to fully open up. When compare this aspect with some other broad heads in market, and you can soon find other broad heads have an opposite design. The blades stay outwards until any influence. After that, they open up when inside a game. Broad heads can open up when a tip of arrow-shaft touches this game.

Huge diameter cuts

One of the other important distinguishing aspects of broad heads is it makes huge cut in a game. Other broad heads in comparison make half the size of a cut that rage broad heads make. This is just because straight broad heads fail to open their blades until totally inside the game. The tip is not very sharp and makes measly cut on a game. This does not even leave decent follow of blood, since there is not any exit hole in a game for arrow-shaft to leave. Broad heads leave huge diameter cut due to instant cut made when tip touches a game. On an impact blade completely open out leaving huge cut in a game.

Minimal deflection

Majority of the conventional broad heads tends to cause a deflection in arrow shafts. It means you cannot be certain that even perfect shot may end up flying through a game in straight shot. There is a chance of angular shot and a little deflection involved. In contrast, with broad heads, special design feature ensures there is least deflection concerned with the consequence that each shot is powerful & perfectly aligned.

No decrease in the kinetic energy

Other broad heads generally tend to decrease kinetic energy of an arrow shaft when it touches game on an impact. This is because high impact will cause lots of shock on a tip of broad head that in turn will cause deflection. Alternatively, in a case of broad heads, there are some special shock absorbers and not much impact on touching a game. This result in smoother cut & broad head slices in the flesh of a game. Therefore, there is not any reduction in the kinetic energy leading to quick and simple kill of a game first time.

No rubber bands

Another difference between new broad heads & other broad heads are these come without any rubber bands. Special Shock Lock mechanism in rage broad heads make sure that blades are tightly in their place. Base of the head generally comes with special O-ring design feature. Locking happens very easily with one click and absence of rubber bands will eliminate any options of losing and replacing them.

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