New Archery Products BloodRunner 2- or 3-Blade Expandable Broadheads
Great expansion broadheads
I shot a spike with these broadheads last season with a great double lung shot at a ranged 44 yds, he only made it about 25 yds before he crashed out. They shoot true to field points and if you attempt to practice with them, you will definitely be replacing vanes on your arrows in no time. Groups great at any reasonable distance and leaves a large open wound for easy tracking (which will be rare with good shot placement). I purchased another set today and will be a repeat customer to NAP for these until I have a reason to change.
February 12, 2012
very loud and off
I bought the 2 blade blood runners a few months ago along with the practice tips. My brother warned me about them returning the ones that he bought. I shot 6 shots with the practice tips. One arrow would shoot 4 inches low and to the left the other shot 1 inch high and to the right. You can hear the whistle of the tip from shot to impact. It was surprisingly loud. They are getting returned. One good thing, is if you can tune your bow to shoot these broad heads they do some damage per other friends.
January 19, 2012
I have been shooting grimreaper's for a while now and they work good, but i bought a pack of these yesterday and shot a nice 9 point the next day. Windy and tree was moving as well as the deer walking. Bad shot in the rear right hindquarter. I thought surley it would take at least 5 hours to find him but i watched it pile up 70 yards away. I would recommend these to anyone.
November 6, 2011
no no no
For the price of these they are complete junk. I was shootin 3in groups at 20 yrds and with these they were one foot groups and they didnt go the same direction every time so there is no sighting in to be done. If you have a fast bow with quickspin flethcings DO NOT buy these broadheads.
November 5, 2011