How many grain broadheads do I need for a crossbow?

Utilizing the shorter and lighter arrows of the crossbow broadheads should weigh 90 to 125 grains. Heavier heads put the balance point too far forward on the arrow causing it to come out of the bow front-heavy.

Are fixed or mechanical broadheads better for crossbow?

Front-deploying mechanical broadheads for crossbows have the advantage of offering a greater cutting diameter than fixed-blades which means greater wound channel damage as the broadhead passes through the animal.15-Jun-2020

What Broadhead leaves the best blood trail?

The three-blade Spitfire XXX is a front-deploying broadhead with a 2-inch cut. Its trophy tip is able to break through bones easier than most mechanicals and its three-blade cut has created the largest blood trails I’ve ever seen.06-Aug-2020

What Broadhead does CenterPoint recommend?

What do you recommend for broadheads and targets? Both fixed and expandable broadheads will work out of your CenterPoint however we recommend using an expandable broadhead for best accuracy down range.

Which is better 100 grain or 125 grain broadheads?

Simply put 100-grain broadheads are not the best choice for most bowhunters. Heads weighing 125 grains or slightly more are superior in almost every way to 100-grain broadheads for hunting and I’ll tell you why.06-Jul-2020

What is the most accurate broadhead on the market?

Best Overall Broadhead: Grim Reaper Micro Hades Pro It takes several performance qualities to make up a good broadhead. Those include durability accuracy penetration and dependability. A moderate price point also helps. A broadhead that hits all of those marks is the Grim Reaper Micro Hades Pro ($40).21-Jul-2022

What Broadhead does the most damage?

Annihilators have a massive cutting surface area that’s designed to core out and remove more mass out of an animal than any other broadhead design. They create large wound channels and prevent them from collapsing on the arrow.

Is a 350 grain arrow too light for hunting?

fwiw anything under 400 is too light for hunting. Your chances of losing an animal increase at 270fps your chances for failure increase your bow is louder and less forgiving and your arrows will have a very slim chance of penetration thru bone if your shot is marginal.30-Jul-2013

Do crossbows require special scopes?

Many hunters do successfully mount a riflescope on their crossbow and have good results. However manufacturers design riflescopes for rifles. Crossbows bring different challenges and require different specifications for scopes.

What do the lines mean on a crossbow scope?

This means that the closer your crossbow shoots to this speed the closer each of the lines/dots on the scope will represent dead-on distances of 20- 30- 40-yards and so on.01-Aug-2019