So we did a test on a couple of some expandable broadshead. this was a simple water jug test just to see entrance and exit wounds and also how fast it drained the jugs. We have narrowed down to these two broadheads that we are going to use this season
i have the original 100 gr I think they have an inch and a quarter, ive killed two deer with them, one was 142" buck that was big bodied, ran about 50yds and tipped over, watched him fall. it wasn't a huge hole and there wasnt a lot of blood to follow, but that wasn't an issue. second deer I killed was a nice doe last year, and I got a complete pass thru and stuck about 9" in the ground. I think I got a decent hole, but there wasn't any blood I found one drop of blood and I just couldn't understand how there wasn't more blood. I got lucky and stumbled on her, and she didn't make it past 50 yards either. ive got a pack of rage extremes im trying early doe. I wanna try the g5 t3s or the g5 montecs. im gonna look thru my pics to see if I can find pics of the entry and exit on the buck. one thing though both deer, the lungs on both of them was TRASHED!!!! im thinking that's why neither made it past 50 yards.
Why does everyone think they need a huge hole to kill deer?An inch and a quarter two bladed head killed the deer within 50 yards.What more could you ask for?There's many variables that will dictate how much blood is on the ground but broadhead size is one of the smallest.Just shoot an sharp broadhead that will stay together and completely penetrate every time.