LAST EDITED ON Jul-07-12 AT 03:54 PM (MST)
Here's the deal. I shot the Epek head last year and killed a big buck with it and was very please with how it flew and performed. This spring the guys at Wace'em were talking about doing some advertising here on the site and gave me these broadheads a couple months back and asked that I shoot them. So, finally I have done it.
I did this as an experiment yesterday. It was a bit windy, but I think my shooting went well.
The camparison is between the field tipped arrow, the arrow tipped with the Epek broadhead, and the Wace'Em broadhead.
Below you will see the arrows I shot and the yardage. As you will see, the Wace'Em tipped arrow just didn't fly the same as the other two. I've had trouble with fixed blade heads before and that is why I went to the Epek head.
So take a look at what I got yesterday. I shot 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, and 80 yards. With the 80 yard set the wind was just too much and I missed the entire target with two of the three arrows.......losing a Wace'em blade.
I love the build of the Wace'em. It looks and feels tough as heck and it looks like it could split some serious bone to make it's way into an animal. I think if a guy was going to go with a fixed blade head, these would be a great choice, but I think the bow would need to be tuned for the broadhead. I guess that is why I like the Epek, because it simply flies the same as a field tip.
Anyway, so there you go.