After several attempts and much editing I finally got the video done. I'm not very tech savvy so there was definitely a learning curve to get the videos done and cut down under 15 minutes. I originally was trying to do it in one video but I couldnít get what I wanted in the video in that time frame.
Here is a quick rundown of what I did for testing (long range, large cow leg bone, double 16ga steel plates)
first was long range test, this was done at 80 yards. I ended up having to shoot a couple times before I felt I shot a group that showed what the broadheads could do.
both the Iron Will and the Exodus flew great at every shot (I did not)
The hunor head did not fly as well and was left of the target at almost every shot, even when I felt I shot a good arrow.
The exodus held up to the bone and steel plate like I expected it to and showed me yet again that it is one of the toughest heads on the market
I didnít shoot the Iron Will head well on the bone and it ended up bending at the threads (shooting an axis arrow with HIT inserts). I didnít want to throw that much money down range again so I didnít shoot it again that day, this is where part 2 of the test comes in. After speaking with Bill from Iron Will he thought I would be impressed if I retested it on the bone so I did and I was.
This time it held up great to both the bone and steel plates. out penetrating the exodus (not by much but it did)
the hunor head didnít hold up well to either the bone or the steel plate.
Sorry this has taken me so long to get up here, but I hope it helps anyone looking at these heads. I would not hesitate to shoot either the exodus or the Iron Will broadheads. Both are very quality heads.