Best shot at a fair review.
I realize that a lot of Bowhunter like me use these comments to make decisions about the product, so I will do my best to give a fair and impartial opinion on this BH. Initially, I shot a 28-inch Mathews Z7W limb with a properly rotating FMJ arrow, and I finally shot a deer with one of them last weekend. Fortunately for me, the shot was only 13 yards (a distance that I couldn't even screw up) and went straight through two lungs. BH came all the way, but as he ran, the arrow was still dangling from the other side of the deer. I attribute it to a slight four-point shot. The exit is in the opposite shoulder muscle (not bone). Although the arrow on the deer was broken, it was finally pushed out. The blood is very good, but it's not as incredible as some of the pictures I've seen. Once again, maybe the exit of BC is in the leg, not next to the lungs. The deer ran 35 yards and piled up in sight. The cleanup found that the fragments of the lungs were actually separated from other organs. Must have caused a lot of damage and opened it up properly. So, for the deer, Brodhead was extremely deadly and did its job. Unfortunately, BH is not measured by these lenses, but by marginal lenses. I do have some shortcomings to point out. First of all, these are not razors in the package. In fact, they are not sharp at all and are difficult to repair. Second, the main complaint about these problems is the entrance wound, which they are right to point out. It's small.