Re: Excalibur Boltcutter
Don't own a crossbow, so take this for what it's worth. I usually just buy whatever name brand broadhead that is on sale. Last time I bought Thunderheads because I got them practically free.
The main complaints that I've had on any broadheads is that some really large diameter ones can get knocked off target just a bit more with a decent gust of wind.
If I was worried about cutting ability, I might try a cut on contact broadhead, which I might do next time around.
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