Deadly broadheads from New Archery Products® boast a hybrid design that gives you the best of both worlds: field-point accuracy with fixed-blade strength! BloodRunner Broadheads combine fixed-blade and mechanical technologies, creating a broadhead that has a low profile (1-1/8") in flight and debilitating cutting power upon impact. Stainless steel blades are .035" thick.
Hybrid design that gives you field-point accuracy with fixed-blade strength
New Archery Products® BloodRunner™ 2- or 3-Blade Expandable Broadheads
I tried the 3 blade when it first came out and loved them! What a hole those things left! That is were all the good goes out the door. When the two blades hit the stores I bought four packs that had four heads in each, all you math folks know thats 16 new heads for deer season. 3 I would shoot for practice and after 3 shots into my block target one came out with no blades? The body were the screw threads in had broken on both sides leaving blades and tip in target. Long story short I broke two more just in practice, gave half to buddy and between two of us shot 4 deer with those heads and every single deer we found parts of broad head on ground indicating that the heads are junk. Did not recover any of those deer to make worse. Three blade is a must if you buy the blood runner.
September 6, 2012
Tried both 2 and 3 blade, and both are very accurate and consistant. Hit a deer at about 40 yds and the damage was amazing. He stummbled about 20 yrs and dropped.
June 20, 2012
Just got back from a local pig hunt. I shoot pse brute compound bow. Used a three blade bloodrunner on maxima blue streak carbon arrows. My arrow flew like I was shooting field points. I was approximately 10-12 yards away. The pig was underneath a low hanging tree branches. I had about a 3' x 3' window, in which my arrow flew straight for thru and thru the heart. 20' walk and 280# pig down with large blood waterfall. Can't way for the next trip to use them again!
May 17, 2012
Surprised about the negative feedback from others
I love the 2 blades. The broadhead must open and expand due to design. If it is legal to hunt in N. America, I've probably smoked it with one of these broadheads. Never, ever had accuracy issues out to 45 yards. The doe in the picture ran ten yards after hit and fell. I could go on and on about the ethical and quick clean kills I've experienced with Bloodrunners. You won't always get a solid pass through, but if you hit where you should, you'll definitely get a kill.
March 20, 2012
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