2) Buy the Right Broadheads
Celebrity endorsements sell broadheads. However, your buying decision should be based on your bowhunting needs, not a toothy grin. Broadheads are available in three styles: cut-on-contact, fixed blade, and mechanical.
If you shoot a low-poundage bow (40 to 55 pounds), consider cut-on-contact heads, which feature excellent penetration despite limited driving force. For heavier draw weights (55 and up), fixed-blades prove durable and fly true when you take the time to set the bow up correctly. Mechanicals, with their minimally exposed blades, stand out when a particular bow refuses to fly other heads consistently. However, their exaggerated cutting diameters have a propensity for deflecting on steeply angled shots.