Those are the Pucketts Bloodtrailer Broadheads. It was invented by Riley Puckett from Lorton, VA. I used to go to school with his sons Glen and Scott. Riley used to have a little bow shop in his back yard, basically a little bigger than a shed before opening a very nice Pro Shop after his new invention went big time.
He gave me a few to try right after he started making them and I killed a few deer with them, but the originals were a little weak and would usally get damaged on pass throughs when they hit rocks or whatever the ferrule would get bent. But one thing for sure they lived up to there name, they would punch a wicked hole making for a nice blood trail.
He came out with a few other variations of it over the next few years, but then unfornately Riley was diagnosed with Cancer and left this world way too soon.
He was a great guy and even better archer, after his passing Blood Trailer Broadhead company went on for a few years being ran by his second wife and then just seemed to go away.