New Archery Products BloodRunner 2- or 3-Blade Expandable Broadheads
This Broadhead has a great
This Broadhead is pretty good it cuts great the entry hole was 2" and the exit hole was more like 2 1/2" it flight is good up to 35 yds then i noticed it starts to get a lil off but at 50 yds i can still shot in 6" groups... i shot a deer at 63 yds last week it did not go over 30 yds and a blood train 2 foot wide. the one thing i do not like is the in fight noise this broadhead makes if you by chance miss the deer is not going to stay around... and i shot a bow tech allegiance 70 lb pull with a drop away
October 3, 2011
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
best broardhead ever used
i have always used fixed blade heads,when i first saw the bloodrunner i was ify, bought three and they fly just like my field points, shot my first deer last week 10-12-09 at 15 yrds. blew right threw leaving massive holes on entry and exit with blood spurting out immediatly. this is definitly the best I have ever used and i have shot over 50 deer with bow. great job nap and bass pro, need to make replacement blades available which nap says will be available the first of the year. tom t.
October 18, 2009
I have used Muzzy 90 gr. 4 blade broadheads for years. Since purchasing my Mathews, using small diameter carbon arrows tipped with Muzzy 90 gr. 4 blade broadheads I have shot approximately two dozen animals with complete pass through on every single one, including deer, bear, wild boar, and ram. I liked the concept of an expandable fixed blade broadhead, so I bought the 2 blade Bloodrunner to try. I must say that they fly very true, but after shooting two deer with them I was very dissappointed. I got no penetration on either deer. After breaking both arrows I did find one deer, which had a huge opening but did not find the other deer.After this experience I went back to the Muzzy, shot a deer to finish out the season with another complete pass through. Like the old saying " don't fix it if it isn't broke"
February 9, 2011