With the proposal deadline for new statewide regulations due soon are any of the forum members in favor of legalization of expandable broadheads? Personally, I have hunted with both fixed and expandable blade broadheads, and with compounds vs. traditional for big game. Granted, I don't feel it responsible to use expandables in traditional bows, but with the kinetic energy transfers possible with the compound bows today I think that this should be allowed. I am just curious to hear other peoples comments on the issue because while I don't think any expandable will ever be 100% effective on all big game animals they do approach the 98% mark in my mind and are far more shooter friendly as far as accuracy is concerned. Which places it in to the similar discussion of the accuracy of a .22 caliber rifle vs. a heavy hitting cannon; meaning shot placement over power. Any comments?