These broadheads are all over the place. After 2 terribly placed shots and very little penetration on two good bucks that saw them run off with the arrow still sticking outta them, I took the rest of these heads and did some target shooting. I shot these along side target tips and even another brand broadhead. The Allen broad heads consistantly stuck in the same area each time and that wasnt the bullseye. I am talking 10 to 12 inches high or low and 4 to 8 inches left to right. And it wasnt random as each head landed in the same spot every shot. If it was 10 inches low and 6 inches to the left. It was that every time. While the target tips and other brand broad head all grouped nicely. And as for penetration. Even worse! Maybe 1/4 shaft penetration as opposed to 2/3 to 3/4 penetration with the target tip. The other brand broad head? Even better penetration then the target tips! I cant speak for all of their heads but the model brand power point 14620, DO NOT BUY!
Bottom LineNo, I would not recommend this to a friend
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