I’m just getting started on testing and learning about these broadheads.
However, so far, I’ve always had pass thru’s on everything I’ve hit with the excellently flying TruGlo BH. Why singular and not plural? Because my 2 bear and 3 mature bucks have all been with 1 TruGlo. 2 others are used for tgt practice and the other 12 of the 15 (5 packs) are in quivers or unopened.
But, lessons are being learned so far: (at least by me)
1) The AV 3 vane can easily control this huge, heavy fp and bh.
2) Speculation on my part - extreme foc overcomes many problems such as greatly reducing xwind drift (the bh is going where its headed and nothing much is going to veer it off path), heavy foc contributes to accuracy (I already believed this as well as the previous point), big 2 blade BHs can fly well out of a xbow (previous attempts haven’t gone well - Satellites and Super Razorheads out of modern xbows - but did well out of Foxfires).
3) The perceived trajectory problem of a 700g arrow was far less than I thought.
4) Re-affirmed that extreme foc DOES NOT cause nose diving. I read that extreme foc does cause this but my own testing with Jerry R’s arrows with foc’s of -5 thru +35 at various ranges showed no nose diving at any range. Nor does this 375g point/110g insert. Old wive’s tail.
5) The cost of these BHs are high initially but are much like an anvil. How often do you wear out an anvil and need a new one?
6) The actual realistic practical range of the massive BH is likely far greater than I thought.