This is a question Ive been pondering on, What classifies a broadhead as tradional, classic, or collectable. I generally hunt with a recurve and Zwickey heads now, although Ive run through some more modern heads as well, I grew up shooting compounds with 3 and 4 blade Wasp Cam Loks, the blue and stainless Bear Razorheads, and Muzzy 3 and 4 blade heads. The Wasp heads are discontinued, as are the Bear heads, the Muzzys have changed styles somewhat, is there a specific parameter to classify the type of broadheads suitable for collecting or are the heads I grew up shooting now just something for the junk drawer.
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