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 Dromlace good purchase
Fair broadheads. I killed my first deer with them. First shot was a through and through, very large exit hole. Second shot left a large cavity in deer's neck. Both ran less than 30 yds.
I bought a second set, but they've gotten surface rust on them. Never left them outside, so I'm kinda disappointed in that.
For the price, and damage I'd recommend them to someone trying to hunt on a budget or a beginner.
February 19, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by JJAleman 2 blade bloodrunner
I shot a deer last weekend with the 2 blade. It was a 45 yards shot and had a pass thru the deer only ran 50 yards and piled up. Both entry and exit holes were huge!!! I didn't measured them but they were bigger than 2 inches. Blood trail was awesome!!!
January 2, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by ckell HUGE HOLES!
i had purchesed both 2 blade and 3 blade and they both shoot GREAT but the 2 blade cuts wicked holes! i pretty much cut a doe in half with one! all aroung great tip!
November 10, 2012
Rated 2 out of 5 by Goose23580 Very inconsistent groups
The accuracy from the 3 blade was very inconsistent for me. I shoot 3 inch quik spins and one shot could drive a nail but the next shot could be 6 inches high and right. I will say if you put the shot on the money it will put a deer down but again way too inconsistent shooting!
October 20, 2012