I shot nothing but Zwickeys growing up but they got cheaper and started coming apart on hitting bone or missed shots would ruin them. I hit a bear in the shoulder and the Zwickey split in 2. If you look at the pics of them on here you can see that there are 3 welds on each side of the blade. We would look for the older ones at garage sales etc that had like 6 welds per side, they were a better metal and better built broadhead. I switched to Steel force, super strong, most durable I have found but find my quiver has a mismatched bunch of broadheads these days.
Just like Jesus, sometimes you gotta kill some hogs.