Innerloc Carbon Tuner Fixed-Blade Broadheads
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The best broadhead for modern, hyper-fast compound bows. Innerloc® Carbon Tuner Fixed-Blade Broadheads feature exclusive Blade Alignment Technology with the patented Center Locking System allowing you to tune and align the broadheads to your carbon arrows with a simple twist of the tuning stud, flattening arrow flight and dramatically improving groups. Special Endur-Edge tempering process helps the blade hold its edge longer. 3-blade, 1-1/16" cutting diameter. 3 pack.
Manufacturer model #: 3600.
- Broadhead for modern, hyper-fast compound bows
- Exclusive Blade Alignment Technology
- Patented Center Locking System
- Endur-Edge tempering
- 1-1/16" cutting diameter
Rated 5 out of 5 by 2
Rated 5 out of 5 by eagles24 Great Technology!
When I first got into bow hunting about ten years ago I tried a fixed blade broadhead and I just never could get them to tune right without going through alot of trouble so I eventually just went to expandable broadheads. Those were ok for a while but I did run into some troubles with blade deployment and penetration but i loved how they flew like a field tip. Well the carbon tuner is the best of both worlds. The technology is so simple but amazing. Just a quick tune up with the little allen wrench that comes with the pack and they are all lined up with your fletchings and flying just like a field point. I was shooting them along side of my of my best expendables and the carbon tuner actually seemed to fly better. They are very well built, I can't wait to see what they will do to a deer. I no longer have to worry about blade deployment which takes alot of the stress away. I have found my new broadhead!
September 8, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5
by Jonrack Unbelievable head
I really put these through a good test last year. I had a bull at 50 yards and I put the arrow too far forward and hit him in the scapula. The arrow did penetrate the scapula and lodge in the opposing shoulder. The bull ran 30 yard and piled up. When I removed the broadhead I was surprised that only the tip was slightly "hooked". I've included a pic of the broadhead. And yes, they fly great.
April 13, 2012
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