this is a very cool looking broadhead....what i would be interested in is how much damage it does to the meat. One of the reasons i decided to take up bow hunting is to try and reduce the amount of meat that was damaged or unusable after hunting with a rifle. From the reviews i have read, they compare the hole to that of a 12 gauge slug, so i guess my question is, does it save meat or not?
If you hit a deer with a broadhead it's the same as cutting a deer with a knife, I don't think an inch or so would matter, if you catch guts via a slug or a broadhead the meat is going to suffer a bit. I wouldn't worry about size of hole, it's not a bullet, it's not going to expand on impact and ruin much meat, just my 2 cents