I hope they do what you expect of them. Sometimes a broad head flys great and cuts great as long as the angle of impact isn't too great. If that angle is too much then they do tend to "glance off" the intended point of contact leading to a miss or an undesired hit. I switched from a broad head that I was 100% happy with for that very reason. It would behoove a shooter to shoot those broad heads at sharp angles in practice prior to hunting to observe what they did.
I almost pulled the trigger on a pack of the smaller diameter ones on clearance but I held off. They aren’t designed for crossbows although they say tested up to 420 fps. If they had a practice head in the pack I would have bought them. They should really consider adding one
I'm with you Mike I truly believe these are either a broadside or maybe a slight angle but not a hard quartering shot broadhead. They cut a giant slash in my deer target so if same happens to a deer I'm looking for them to drop in 25-50 yds