Well this past morning I decided to sight my broadheads in. I'm shooting NAP 2 blade bloodrunners out of my destroyer with 4" quick spins on them. I sighted my new sight in a few weeks ago out to sixty yards and was nailing the target. So today I slapped my broadheads on and shot. First shot went high about 6 inches at 20 yards. I thought ok I pulled a little. Second shot high 6 inches. So I moved the whole sight up until I was hitting dead nuts center. I stepped back to 30 yards and was about 4 inches high. I moved the sight until centered. The gap is so small I'm glad I'm shooting .010 pins if not they would almost be over each other. I then step back to 40 yards and it hits about 3 inches low. WTH so I moved it also. Step back to fifty and damn near hit the bucket the target was sitting on. I ended up moving it down to almost my 60 yard pin. Then to 60 yards I adjusted before I shot just guessing on the other pin gaps and hit dead center. Ok lucky shot so I slung another and almost hit the same hole.
I'm pretty happy with the way they fly but the do have a noticeable noise when I was 40+ yards out. So if I have a 40+ yard shot I know I'm going to have to hold low to compensate for the deer dropping after the shot.
From now until I tag out I'm shooting nothing but broadheads.
Always shoot your broadheads mechanical or fixed before season no matter if they say they fly like field tips.