New Archery Products BloodRunner 2- or 3-Blade Expandable Broadheads
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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
- Combines fixed-blade and mechanical technologies
- Low profile (1-1/8") in flight
- Debilitating cutting power upon impact
- Stainless steel blades are .035" thick
Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 54
Rated 2 out of 5 by Reignallday1 Problems
I bought these tips at the beginning of the deer season and i thought they were the best. Yeah they were feild point accurate,but they didn't seem to stay tight in my arrows, they kept unscrewwing. Then i shot a doe and the broadhead would not close back up, plus 2 of the blades were bent and chipped. Terrible tip all around.
October 30, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by MiHunter100 Moonlight blood trails
I bought these broadheads for use with my new crossbow, and I couldn't be happier with the results.
I took my crossbow armed with the BloodRunner 2 blade broadheds to the hunting woods.
After seeing several deer during the morning hunt, but not getting any shots, I was excited when a really nice doe passed by my stand at 36 yards.
The broadhead found it mark behind the front shoulder and passed straight through, it left a huge entry and exit wound.
The blood trail was awesome.
After dark, my buddy joined me to trail the deer, the blood trail was even visible in the moonlight. The deer ran about 100 yards after the hit, and piled up, completely out of blood. A novice could bllod trail the deer.
Awesome broadhead, no flight problems
October 10, 2011
Rated 3 out of 5 by fireman36 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
Rated 4 out of 5 by Snakekeeper descent broadhead
The only thing I can really say bad about these broadheads is they do not fly like field points, other than that they do the job. Shot 3 deer last year with them and recovered all 3. Nice entry and exit holes make tracking easy.
October 2, 2011
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