Hybrid design that gives you field-point accuracy with fixed-blade strength
Combines fixed-blade and mechanical technologies
Low profile (1-1/8") in flight
Debilitating cutting power upon impact
Stainless steel blades are .035" thick
Deadly broadheads 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.
Rated 4 out of 5 by gund23 Bloodrunner
I just purchased a set of the NAP Bloodrunners. All I did was line the head with my fletching and wow. They fly just like my field points. I was / am shooting the rage two blade but am not that impressed with the sharpness of the blades. As always NAP bradheads come razor sharp. I have not been able to tag anything but my block target yet, but look forward to the outcome. At this point, I can only give them a four because they have not been tested on an animal yet. Still trying to figure out if the blades are replaceable. Happy hunting.
August 31, 2009
Rated 5 out of 5 by huntingmut21 Best Broadhead Ever
My brother bought a pack of the bloodrunners to try them out. We shot them for the first time this afternoon and it shot just like our field tips! The broadhead didn't change the arrow flight at all! We shot 10-15 times and the broadhead was still flying good and no blades were falling out!
August 20, 2009
Rated 1 out of 5 by sgoodwin Run from Bloodrunner
I tried the new Bloodrunner broadhead. I shot 5 times and could not group my shots at 20 yards. The blades fell out after the 5th shot. I shoot my broadheads into a 10 inch foam target with a broadhead target three feet behind to stop a passthrough. I remove the blades after each shot before I remove my arrow so that I will not damage the blades. The Bloodrunner is too fragil for me and it did not group at all. Do not waste your money.
August 6, 2009