I don’t even know what brand all of my older broadheads I used to shoot. Never been a big fan of mechanicals. The newer style mechanicals seem to perform well but it’s my opinion that if there is more moving parts to deal with the better the chance that something is going to fail somewhere or be useless after a kill. I shoot Magnus Stinger Buzzcut 4 blades and have never had a problem with my arrows moving on the target after sighting in with field points. I always get passthrough shots on my kills. I have shot out to 65 yards before and can still put a decent group together. I would never shoot at a game animal out that far, I was just messing around with my bottom pin during some free time.
MAGNUS IS MY BROADHEAD OF CHOICE.
The only other info I can offer is my best friend shoots Muzzy and he shot his deer last year right through the shoulder blade and the broadhead lodged in the other shoulder blade. The broadhead was all bent up and destroyed but we have determined they need to change their slogan to “Bad through the bone”. lol
Take care everybody and have a safe and successful season.
In my opinion the best BH I can find that is readily available is the Steelforce Phathead.. And to that end, I have retired or sold any other blades in my kit.. The 125 grain and a 175 grain they make for me are the only heads I’ll use until someone can show me a BH that is better.