I want to note that I didnt write this but would like the share as I believe information is good for all. Here we go
So I had some time to get more bones and do some testing with various broadheads. Their has been concern floating around that single bevel is "hype", or single bevels blade retention is not as "good" as some double bevels. Since I'm a fan of single bevel broadheads I took this a little personal and even got challenged and bet money against! ( which he probably won't pay up). Anyhow I'm posting a few pics and I'll label them as I post them. This is for informational purposes only so don't tell me you don't hunt bones or that I need to make a perfect shot so I don't hit a bone. I'm not contracted by either companies I just felt like testing them against each other.
Bow for testing
Diamond deadeye 65#
Easton axis 340 with helix 100 grain head total weight 423 grains
Easton axis 340 with 150 Vpa penetrator
Helix has no damage arrow is completely in tact.
Arrow trashed, elf shoed, there so called "steel tough"
helix vs Vpa vs the knuckle, Vpa lost. Both 530 grains arrow weight, used brass hit to match weight with 150 Vpa
after math, Vpa lodged barely in knuckle , other bent , the knuckle shot helix is sharp shiny and spins perfect .