I often hear guys ask. Why would you buy these “expensive” broadheads when you can buy much cheaper one for half the cost? Or these broad head prices are ridiculous!! These same guys that have a problem spending a little extra on quality broad heads are the same guys buying brand new bows, expensive arrows and clothing etc. They want the best of bows, best of arrows, but are willing to skimp in broadheads. That doesn’t make sense to me.
In my opinion what’s on the end of an arrow is one of the most important pieces of gear. For me bowhunting is a huge part of my life. Being a DIY guy hunting public land my opportunities are limited. When your hunt might come down to one chance, your gear needs to function perfectly.
I have had a few broad head failures in my time while hunting. Where I made what I perceived as a perfect shot but the broadhead failed and I was left empty handed. These past experiences have taught me to not skimp on broadheads and to buy the best that are available. For me, Iron Wills fit that bill. They are the sharpest and most durable broadhead I have used. Beautifully designed for perfect flight they have served me well in the accuracy department. I have had a few once in a lifetime tags and performance of my equipment was paramount. Not capitalizing on these hunts was something I did not want to stomach. I have killed some amazing trophies with bow and arrow using Iron Will broadheads. From Bighorn sheep, Mountain Goat, to Moose and everything in between with these broad heads. So with that I say ..well yes they are worth the cost.
– Justin Davis