I am pro staff for Grim Reaper and have been activley working at finding reasons why expandable broadheads are illegal hear in WA and legal in so many other states. I have talked with officals from the fish and wildlife and all they have told me is that when expandable broadheads came out years ago they were unrelable and with our liberal state laws they outlawed them. They say that they know that the broadhead company's have been making the expandable broadheads more reliable these days but they dont have the money to test all the expandable broadheads on the market to see if they all meet there requirnents. They said that when they made the new season regulations and laws they asked people to comment on things to change and I guess alot of hunter's and "NON HUNTERS" "LIBERALS" said thay dont want them to be legal. I believe and it's been proven with our broadheads and other's that they are reliable and more ethical that traditional fixed blade broadheads. The same goes for luminated nocks. Thay said the majority of people that submitted comments said to keep them illegal. It seems to me that we are getting more and more restricted here in WA and it's because the majority of people that commented on the new regulations are either old timers that dont want to see new technology and or people that dont even hunt on a regular basis but thought they would ruien it for all us hardcore hunters looking for a more ethical ways of taking big game. How many of you took the servay and what did you write on this issue? We need as many people as we can to contact the fish and wildlife and try to legalize these not so new products. If you ever have used expandable broadheads in other states you know what I mean when I say these are more ethical and accurate than fixed blade broadheads. and Luminated nocks are a plus when tacking your arrow and seeing your shot placment.