New Archery Products Killzone Trophy Tip Expandable Broadheads
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This 2-blade bone-crushing Trophy 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 #: 60-997.
- Bone-crushing Trophy Tip
- 2-blade rear-deploying broadhead
- Devastating 2'' cutting diameter
- Unique spring-clip design
- Blades won’t open in flight or in your quiver
- No O-rings or rubber bands
Rated 4.2 out of 5 by 14
Rated 5 out of 5 by ckell Devastating
These broad heads hit with extreme power and they really do get the penetration you need to put a big buck on the ground. These heads will never come undone on you while walking through weeds or anything. All around best head out there!
September 15, 2014
Rated 3 out of 5 by WhitetailAce Not a good start.
These broadheads did not make a great first impression on me. Them seem to fly well and I really did not have any issues with the blades opening, but out of all the broadheads I have shot these had the least amount of penetration I have seen yet.
July 25, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by IBABOWHUNTER GOOD GOT BETTER
I started using the Killzone BH after a dangling Rage BH kept me from harvesting a monster buck. The next year I used the killzone with the cutting tip, great entry and exit wounds, no o-rings and they stay in place if you are stalking with an arrow nocked. My only concern was with a heavier animal would I get good penetration? Thus the Trophy tip. Wow! Same devistation, with awesome penetration on elk and a 300 lb hog! wont be changing soon! Worth every dime! Did I mention that they fly just like my field tips? They do!
June 8, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by Finisher1 Quick kill
Wow, love that these have the blade clip that holds the blades close in flight. Opened all the way on entrance and put my deer down in less than 20 yards. I've shot fixed blades and they work but why not go with something that puts them down in half the distance with at least double the blood to follow. I'll never go back to a fixed blade. Only wish is that it would be stainless steel vs aluminum.
March 30, 2014
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