I spent 20 years in Germany and love German craftsmanship and quality control. Having said that, I think an arrow head is designed to cut one time; on the way in, on the way out the other side and everything it runs into in between. I can re-sharpen the head after it's done the job. These are made of 440B stainless steel which is being marketed as a "super steel". That's one of the more common stainless steels used in medium quality knife blades.
Nice blades to be sure, but I think I'll save a bit of money and stay with my Zwickey's and Woodsman Elites.
As Bladepeek said the 440b is questionable and aluminum in a broadhead eventually bends. They definately have the looks and maybe the precision but the materials are less than optimum for longevity IMO. We have many excellent broadheads when combined with a steel bha that will serve us well when we need screw in heads.
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