Bestul and I are in the midst of a big broadhead test in which we are shooting a whole pile of different heads, both fixed and mechanical, in three-shot groups at 40 and 60 yards. Yesterday, readying the Copperheads for testing, I did not have high hopes. They seemed—it has to be said—a little cheaply made. The replaceable blades did not in every case mate perfectly with the Trocar tip, and one remained loose no matter how hard I tightened the head to the shaft. But then I shot them. And lo and behold they grouped almost a full inch better at 60 yards than any other fixed head. In 10 three-shot groups at 60, the Copperheads averaged 4.5 inches. What’s more, the groups were consistent: the worst being 5.75 inches, the best 2.75, and the rest all right around 4.5. Whether or not you consider these good groups at 60 doesn’t matter. The point is: For me at least, the Copperhead flew better than the rest.