Of course, if the heads didn't perform well, the price wouldn't matter. But the Hammers have been absolutely fantastic for me. I rarely have to retune my setup when switching from field points, and these broadheads simply fly true. Better yet, they're very tough and the ultra-sharp blades have proven lethal on deer, elk and antelope. Indeed, two of the three heads in the above photo have taken game for me in the last few seasons. After a kill I either hone the blades with a file or replace them (extra blades are also reasonable at $10 for 18).