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They are sharp enough but the points are not sturdy enough I shot a 145 class buck last year when I retrieved the arrow the point was bent all to hell.
 

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In my experience the tolerances from head to head vary greatly and the blade retention system(unless they have improved upon it) sucks.I threw mine in the scrap pile after shooting into a 3-d target .When I pulled the arrows from the target the blades would pop off the ferrule and stay in the target. :thumbs_do
 

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I have shot steal force broadheads into my blob target repeately for a couple of years now and they have never broken. Other broadheads have broken with just a few shots into this target. So from what I can see they should work on the deer.
 

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I have used them in the past few years. WOW Zero problems. Very sharp, and very reuseable! Benn throught some bone and did not even bend or break. JMO
 

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Supposedly the older heads are pretty good stuff, but the newer ones are not nearly as sturdy. A guy on another forum I talk on used them and loved them, but started having problems a couple years back with durability. He has since switched to Stingers.
 
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