Does this theory I've been thinking about have any validity? New bow-hunters should shoot heavy, big, slow bows, with heavy big broadheads. When they get more experience and skill they can go to lighter arrows, heads and smaller speed bows. I think I heard heavy broadheads shoot easier/more forgiving than light arrow set-ups. Is that true? Even if it isn't. It forces the inexperienced archer to take short shots(due to quick drop rate). Shorter shots are better when you got buck fever! The hunter will start their carreer on a good foot with nice 15 yard kills. They will gain quick experience at getting in close being forced to take close shots. Every other deer stalk will seem easy when they are taking 35 yard shots. Their heavy set-ups will also blow apart shoulders on bad shots, and these heavy/wide cut broadheads can help a lot on marginal shots. Would this be a good recomendation to the young/new bow hunter?