I haven't shot Muzzy's for 20 years. Decided to give the new Trocar a try and see how it compares to my favorite Exodus BH. The blades were very sharp and held their edge well even after repeated shooting into a Block Black and sometimes through into a wood fence. The ferrule looks like stainless, but is actually carbon steel with nickel to protect from rusting. They have right offset blades so I had to get me a right helical Blitz jig since I always used left. The back of the blades protrude very slightly past the back of the ferrule and they come with a plastic washer, which I was not really fond of, but as you screw them down, the back of the blades seat into the washer. I am using BE Rampage in .250 spine with HIT inserts, so I also added a ST steel washer between the shaft and plastic washer. It held up well without the steel washer, but I wanted to add it for more shaft protection. The blades are not supposed to move and are locked down by a screw. They were hitting right with FP's to 20 yards, but that was not a good test. Having a 33.5" DL, makes BH tuning even more challenging. I knew my bow was paper tuned with fletched and bare shafts, so I felt good about tuning. Yesterday, I sighted my new BG Ascent out to 60 yards in my driveway and fine tuned the three pins. FP's were dead on out to 60. I decided to pick up my Muzzy tipped shaft and walked out to 50 yards. This was the result below. I think I might use these on my upcoming CO elk hunt.