gotta go with fixed. less room for error. no mechanical parts to not operate correctly. though i have to say i shot a deer with a spitfire and it dropped it like a rock. still say fixed. there dependable and you know what your getting. (cut wise)
I like them both. There are some good mechanicals out there that I have never heard anything bad about them. I check out a lot of broadhead field testing reports and my take on fixed blades is Muzzy, G5, and NAP Hellrazors. As far as mechanicals, the best rated ones are Grimreaper Razortips and the Rocky Mountain Snypers. Real good ratings on both of those...
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