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New Archery Products Killzone Cut-on-Contact Expandable Broadheads

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100 Grains


3 Pack
  • $39.99

  • SKU: 1912658

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This 2-blade cut-on-contact tip rear-deploying broadhead from New Archery Products® packs a devastating 2" cutting diameter. The field-point accurate Killzone® uses National Archery Product’s unique spring-clip design which ensures your blades won’t open in flight or in your quiver—no O-rings or rubber bands.
Manufacturer model #: 60-996.

  • Cut-on-contact tip
  • 2-blade rear-deploying broadhead
  • Devastating 2'' cutting diameter
  • Field-point accurate
  • Unique spring-clip design
  • Blades won’t open in flight or in your quiver
  • No O-rings or rubber bands

''We’ve been shooting NAP broadheads for a long time, and now with the new Killzone broadhead, we’re seeing more floppin’ & droppin’ than ever before! With its accuracy, durability, and fail-safe spring clip, we can hunt with confidence!''
Ralph & Vicki Cianciarulo, Hosts of ''The Choice'' TV Show

New Archery Products® Killzone® Cut-on-Contact Expandable Broadheads 5 5 1 1
2 shots, 2 kills I went to Bass Pro the other day to pick up some new Expandable broad heads. I had read all the reviews online and I was down to just a couple choices. Another customer in the archery aisle told me he had watched the utube video on the Killzone and he was totally impressed. He was an older guy that seemed to have some working knowledge of all the popular mechanical broad heads. I also liked the free practice tip that was included. I bought the 3 pack and went home to fire the practice tip. They flew perfect and I needed no adjustments to my Invasion. First trip to the woods I shot a big 8pt at 20 yards. He was quartered to me and I shot him in his left shoulder. The broad head hit, opened and drove all the way thru to his right hind quarter. It left a huge exit wound. The deer ran 25 ft and took the dirt nap. The next day I shot a big hog, which are usually about impossible to stop with an arrow. Same results, but the hog went 75 yards. Despite the fact that both broad heads were unscathed, I just went and got another 3 pack.. September 11, 2012
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