The Muzzy CrossKill broadhead makes for a deadly combination when attaches to your favorite crossbolt. The compact design looks small compared to most standard fixed broadheads. But don\u2019t let this stubby design fool you to thinking it\u2019s too small for the task. The shorter blades and ferrule length still has a respectful 1-3\/36\u201D cutting diameter. A trocar tip in front of the stainless steel ferrule, combined with the three stainless steel blades make for a perfect tight fitting unit. The blades are super sharp and after using one broadhead for a practice tip, shooting multiple times into a Block target the blades kept their sharpness good enough for hunting use if needed.\n\nThe assembly can be a bit frustrating until you finally get the blades in the correct position. After the first completed broadhead the rest will be no problem at all. My advice would be to visit the Muzzy website and watch the assembly video before attempting the first broadhead.\n\nAs for accuracy I find the 125 grain Crosskill to be spot on with my 125 grain field points. Both used on a 20\u201D Carbon Express Wolverine crossbolt. The Barnett Jackal crossbow requires a total weight of not less than 410 grain bolt assembly and with the 125 grain Muzzy the bolts well surpassed this weight requirement. The Crosskill used with the Jackal at a moderate speed of 315fps is a union made for hunting whitetail.\n\nMy first kill with the Muzzy Crosskill was a complete pass through at 15 yards, shooting from an elevated position and enough energy was retained to penetrate the ground 3\u201D. The broadhead preformed as expected with a sizable entrance wound and a larger exit wound. The deer ran about 35 yards before expiring from a double lung shot.\n\nMuzzy\u2019s attempt to make a crossbow broadhead has definitely paid off they have hit a home run with the Croskill. Good job Muzzy. And thanks Wal-Mart for stocking this product at a fair price.