I was sent a bunch of arrows and broad heads of a new design from the USA to test. I test them on animals to get the practical penetration and quality of them. These new arrows and heads were designed for big, thick skinned or heavy animals. I shot a old Blue Wildebeest two days ago to start the testing. The shot was quartering towards (on purpose) and the arrow hit the BWB on the shoulder joint. It went through the joint in a straight line and stopped in the hip-bone of the opposite leg. The head was still fine and only needed re-sharpening. Here are a few pics of the damage that it caused on the shoulder. The BWB only went for 7 seconds in a circle and then collapsed.