Initially they don't feel too sharp but they easily shaved anyway. I think it is because the edges are so smooth. I put a few strokes on one with a ceramic stick and now it is sticky and really dangerously sharp.
Single bevel, just a wild guess, a trad rig?
Hope your close, that's gonna be a rainbow..... or is there something we're not being let in on? LOL!
Either way it looks... um.... tuff....
No not really but I have lots of confidence regardless of where the arrow should hit.
It sure seems to be bomb proof.
Killed a bull a few years ago at 25 yards. Feel very confident out to 30+ yards. However, I am not ranging or estimating yardage at the moment of truth.
I shoot 700 gr arrows out of my compound, but your arrow makes mine look like a feather weight small game arrow.
The photo shows how the external footings are placed to maximize structural integrity of the arrows business end as well as weight management of the arrow.
The 100 gr. brass insert is in yellow and the 180 gr. broadhead adapter is red.
The inner footing sits right behind the lip of the insert preventing it from moving back, mushrooming the carbon shaft. The outer footing fits over the inner footing, over the insert and over the adapter. This creates a strong aluminum sleeve over the weakest point where the adapter and insert meet.
As the research as shown, penetration is immediately compromised upon the failure of the arrow to stay structurally intact.
Now of course I'm only speaking of big resistance hits...not boiler room shots that do not require much more than a field point.
Shooting a 700 gr. arrow with a compound is sick.
That much killability shouldn't be street legal!!