New Archery Products HellRazor Fixed-Blade Practice Head
I shot two dear with this broadhead in fall of 2010, They don't fly like a fieldpoint but if you sight the broadhead in they are very accurate, the first deer was about 20 yards out perfect shot but he ran about 150 yrds but I had a massive blood trail the whole why to him, the second shot at about 15 yrds another great shot and he ran about 30 yrds once again great blood trail, both were complete pass throughs and the broadheads were the ones I had been practicing with for about two weeks on a daily bases, I did find that using Quick Spin Speed Hunter vanes held a better group than with normal vanes, there is no other broadhead that can compare to these, if you are looking for a hard hitting, blood slinging, deer dropping, machine, then this is what you are looking for
August 21, 2011
Wouldn't Believe It!!
I purchased a new crossbow and decided to go with the NAP 100 grain HellRazor broad heads for my hunting. Oct 23, I took a 7 point buck st 25 yards. I made what I thought was a poor shot hitting right on the front shoulder. After cleaning the buck found out the arrow had passed THRU the front shoulder blade, both lungs and buried the broad head into the sternum bone at base of rib cage.
After cutting the head out of the bone with a saw, it didn't have a mark on it!!! Looked fresh out of the package. Even on what I believed to be a bad shot, there was a good blood trail and deer only went 100 yards.
I'm sold!! A quick resharpen job and back in the quiver on a new arrow.
October 24, 2010
I used these broadheads last year to harvest 2 buck, one in Pa and my largest to date in IL. Talk about sharp! Neither deer made it out of site, the largest piled up 35yrds from the base of my tree! I used similar brands prior and could rub my finger on the blade out of the pack, if I'd of done that with these I'd of had blood flowing everywhere!! I don't know how NAP gets them so sharp or why other brands don't. I will be using them for a long time to come!
August 28, 2010
On a whim, I tried these out the day before I was to go out for our late archery season. They flew just like my other broadheads did and seemed to be hitting much harder. The next morning, I put the hammer down on my first deer. I would like to tell you there was a massive blood trail, but the buck only went 15 yards and expired. Complete pass through and even after sticking in the dirt, the broadhead was still reasonably sharp. I'll be sticking with the Hellrazors for many years to come.
December 28, 2009