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Join Date: Jan 2011
Location: York County, PA
There have been a lot of deer that have been killed by arrows shot through both. I really think it boils down to personal preference. If you're comfortable with the WB, stick with it. If you want to try something new, I'm sure you'll like the drop away as well. My opinion is if you're looking to squeeze every ounce of accuracy and speed out of your bow, the drop-away probably wins, but not by much. If you're like me and just need to shoot heart-sized groups out to 40 yards, I think either will work just fine.
I've been shooting a WB for well over a decade, and have never felt compelled to change to a drop-away. That said, there's a drop-away already installed on a bow I just purchased, and I'll probably let it there.
"Well boy, you ain't gonna git nothin' layin' in that bed." ~My ol' man