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Ok, I am sure someone has evaluated this and it could save me a lot of time, situation, if a particular 125 gr Broadhead hits 1 1/2 inches below a 125 gr field point at say 30 yards but the same Broadhead adjusted to 100 grains hits right with the 125 gr field point would the POI be the same at all ranges? I am assuming the difference from the beginning is caused by the added length of the Broadhead! I sure hope someone has a good answer for this. Thanks for chiming in!
 

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It is usually drag that caused broadhead to shoot lower than field points. I always sight my broadhead and test it at different yardages . Once NAP Double Cross Andrew Swat broadhead were sighted at 20 they were good out to 70. Never tried further. Grim Reapers were very close out to 70 . From 50 to 70 they were 1/2" low but I don't see that as a problem
 

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Ok, I am sure someone has evaluated this and it could save me a lot of time, situation, if a particular 125 gr Broadhead hits 1 1/2 inches below a 125 gr field point at say 30 yards but the same Broadhead adjusted to 100 grains hits right with the 125 gr field point would the POI be the same at all ranges? I am assuming the difference from the beginning is caused by the added length of the Broadhead! I sure hope someone has a good answer for this. Thanks for chiming in!
What you are asking sounds logical. I personally won’t trust a theory. I will shoot every arrow/broadhead that goes in my quiver to 40 or 50 yards, though I usually shoot deer under 25 yards.
 
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