There really are a lot of components to a successful whitetail season, but for bowhunters the moment of truth comes when your broadhead of choice makes contact with the trophy of your dreams. So we sweat over cutting diameters, arrow penetration and broadhead flight—all factors largely impacted by the broadhead itself.
For the serious whietailer, there’s a lot to consider when choosing a broadhead. We at North American Whitetail have tried to make that process a little easier, handpicking the best broadheads for 2013. So whether you’re looking for a mechanical or fixed blade, we’ve got the right broadhead for your deer season.
- <h2>G5 Outdoors T3</h2><a href="http://www.g5outdoors.com/" target="_blank">G5 Outdoors</a> earned a reputation for products that are durable, functional and advanced, and their T3 broadhead is a unique example. It features the Spider Clip Blade Retention System that allows shooters to tune their blade deployment based on their hunting scenario. Each package of broadheads comes with two different tension clips. One clip provides easier deployment for use with lighter draw weights. The second has a stronger tension setting for use with high-speed bows and crossbows. The T3 is available as a 100-grain head and has a 1.5-inch cutting diameter. <p> <strong>Price: $</strong>39.99