New Archery Products BloodRunner 2- or 3-Blade Expandable Broadheads
Bloodrunner 3 Blade
I've had these about a year, and recently had the opportunity to shoot 2 of them. I shot at a doe on October 30th, she jumped the arrow. I actually saw a spark when the arrow hit a tree. I later realized that the broadhead actually broke, creating the spark. I used a twist tie from a loaf of bread to hold the broadhead back together. I shot it at a block target and it flew true at 20 yards even with the twist tie on it! I then shot at a second doe on November 1, she was quartered towards me. I didn't find blood for about 30 yards, but then a huge pool of blood. She was laying about 10 yards farther than that. The Carbon Fury arrow didn't pass through and I was able to recover the arrow. The broadhead has some nicks on one of the blades. Not a pretty shot, not a big doe, but not really any complaints about the equipment. I will feel confident shooting that same broadhead again, as a last resort. Definitely not throwing it away.
November 2, 2010
I love a good expandable but when its a fixed blade mixed with expandable potential. You get the Ultimate killing machine. Plain out better than rage my rages wouldn't open. cheap. bloodrunner every time open 2 1/16 cut oooooo big time impact!!!!!!!
August 3, 2010
You Will Not Look Far For Your Deer!
If the object of a broadhead is to create quick, humane kills then look no farther because this broadhead is accurate and its performance is devastating on deer. You will not look far for your deer, trust me!
November 30, 2010
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