Very good question. They are quite similar and both are excellent heads. But the Kayuga steel is a bit harder and thus didn't get nicked up at all in the steel plate. I also prefer the straight edges of the Kayuga, and the bleeder system and the more stout tip; it's not going to roll over.
Hi the dude in the picture. It would be cool to know the area (genetics) of the stag you have in your profile picture. I am from New Zealand and shot a stag here that is almost identical, especially the throw backs. I can send you a photo to prove I'm genuine with my enquiry.