Sometimes I get overwhelmed by all the choices we sportsmen and women have these days. Anyway, I'm going on my first Elk hunt in September and I need to know if I have enough kinetic energy in my arrow and broadhead combo.
I'm looking at using the Cabelas carbon arrows that are .003 in straightness and 9.3 grains per inch. I shoot a 28 inch draw and I'm pulling 65lbs. I'm planning on using a 100 grain muzzy MX3(3 blade) broadhead. That has me around 370 grains total weight not counting what ever the knock adds. Will that set up get the job done? Should I go to a heavier broadhead?
I'm intrigued by some the carbon express arrows but really having a hard time convincing my self to spend twice as much money for only a .0005 straightness difference and no added weight. What do you guys think?