Gift Guide | Mechanical Broadheads | Bob Robb

Gift Guide | Mechanical Broadheads | Bob Robb


Gift Guide | Mechanical Broadheads

by Bob Robb

NAP KillzoneNAP Killzone: “The Killzone® is a 2 blade rear-deploying mechanical broadhead that packs a devastating 2″ cutting diameter. The field-point accurate Killzone® uses NAP’s unique spring-clip design which ensures your blades won’t open in flight or in your quiver. There are no o-rings or rubber bands to worry about.”
CONTACT: www.newarchery.com/product/killzone/.

NAP Spitfire MAXNAP Spitfire MAX: “Meet Maxx…Spitfire’s big brother. With a full 1 3/4 inch cutting diameter, a cut-on-contact point, and the legendary Spitfire features that serious bowhunters demand.”
CONTACT: www.newarchery.com/product/spitfire-maxx/.

Rage Hypodermic NCRage Hypodermic NC: “The revolutionary Hypodermic NC utilizes cutting-edge finger-like tabs on the blades’ Slip Cam™ pivot point to “anchor” them in place while in the closed position, completely eliminating the need for a Shock Collar, dental band or O-ring, while still providing reliable blade retention.”
CONTACT: www.feradyne.com/rage-broadheads.

Rage Hypodermic NCSEVR: “The SEVR Titanium 2.1 was made for discerning bow and crossbow hunters who want the very best and prefer the largest possible entry and exit wounds.”
CONTACT: www.sevrbroadheads.com.

Swhacker Levi Morgan Model 261: “The unique arched blade design reduces blade resistance after entry, retaining greater arrow momentum and delivering increased pass-through performance.”
CONTACT: www.swhacker.com/products/levi-morgan-261.

For more on mechanical broadhead design, read Bob Robb’s Best Mechanical Broadheads article.

Bob Robb

Bob Robb has been a full-time outdoor writer since 1978, and a contributor to, and the editor of, several prominent hunting magazines down thru the years. He also lived 15 years in Alaska, where he held an assistant hunting guide license. The best part of his job, he says, is it allows him to be in the woods between 120-140 days a year; what could be better than that?