Having recently finished reading Dr. Ed Ashby’s reports. I realize most who read his reports are vertical bow users, but I use a crossbow and I want to build a heavy, ultra-EFOC, high MA arrow to shoot out of my crossbow. To get to a 650 grain arrow with 30% or higher FOC I need a screw in broadhead with a total weight of at least 325 grains. Also my arrow shafts have an 11/32″ diameter and I want to ensure that the broadhead ferrule is slightly wider (at least 5%) when screwed in to the arrow shaft. It looks like your 225 grain Tuffhead with a 100 grain screw in adapter would work, but I wanted your opinion?
Also if this would fit the bill, do you offer your broadheads with the screw in adapter already installed? If not is it difficult to get correct alignment of your broadheads when using screw in adapters?
Any other information you would like to share about your broadheads and possible recommendations for my situation would be appreciated.