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Fixed blade or expandable?

What is your opinion on using fixed blades or expandables? Or is there a situation where you would use one for one type of hunt and the other for a differant type of hunt?

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Kerry Campbell

Kerry Campbell

I have used both and have determined that fixed blades are more reliable.
Keith Doyle

Keith Doyle

I tend to agree Kerry. There is more that mechanically can go wrong with expandables. I do shoot both though depending on what I am hunting. Larger animals, definately fixed blade.
Thomas Farrell

Thomas Farrell

What fixed blades do you guys use and what are your draw back weights?
seth baker

seth baker

Both have there advantages the draw back with fixed is it can take a good bit of time to tune your flexhings so they fly true I love the f16 fixes blade and the cheep quap pro for small game
michael stoll

michael stoll

I also agree with Kerry you cant go wrong with a more reliable knife
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