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New Archery Products Spitfire 3-Blade Mechanical Broadheads

   

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3

100 Grains

1-1/2"

Quantity:
3 Pack
  • $39.99

  • SKU: 536662

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125 Grains

1-1/2"

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3 Pack
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3

125 Grains

1-1/2"

Quantity:
9 Pack

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Replacement Blades Only
  • $19.99

  • SKU: 536670

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3

125 Grains

1-1/2"

Quantity:
9 Pack

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Practice Blades Only
  • $14.99

  • SKU: 536672

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New Archery Products® standby features an innovative design for top strength, flight, and penetration. Micro-grooved Slimline® low-drag ferrule is topped with cut-on-impact hardened carbon steel Trophy Tip®. The pair work together to give the Spitfire® field point accuracy. Three-blade design features unique snap-locking blade retention system, which requires no O-rings or rubber bands and won't open prematurely. Strong honed surgical stainless steel blades provide for a wide 1-1/2" cutting diameter. Three pack.

  • Micro-grooved, low drag Slimline ferrule
  • Cut-on-impact hardened carbon steel Trophy Tip
  • Three surgical steel blade design
  • Unique snap-locking blade retention system - no O-rings or rubber bands
  • 1-1/2'' cutting diameter
New Archery Products Spitfire 3-Blade Mechanical Broadheads 4.2 5 65 65
Spitfire Broadheads I have shot spitfires for about 4 or 5 years now, and don't know why i didn't start earlier. Don't get caught up in the rage of some other new broad heads on the market. I have tried them multiple times and they can't compare to a spitfire. Every serious bow hunter that i know shoots spitfires and loves them. Thats averaging 6 or so deer a year per person, including some giant bucks that don't make it far. When other people talk bad about spitfire i normally ask them how many deer they shoot per year. Average response, maybe 1 or so. You will love these broadheads! August 10, 2009
Top Performer These broadheads fly just like field points. I've taken 2 deer with them this year, and both were complete pass-throughs with less than 50yds of tracking. One was a quartering-towards, and the other was a quartering-away. Both entry and exit holes were impressive. These are rugged heads that fly true. I just wish they can with a practice tip that does not expand, like rage does. If you shoot into dense foam or even hay bails, the blades collapse while extracting, and it often gets debris into the blade clips which damages them. Replacing the blades and clips is a total pain, and for a couple dollars more you just get 3 new heads. I would've given 5 stars if they were more practice-friendly. During hunting season, all i shoot into my targets are broadheads. December 29, 2011
nice First time bow hunting shot two deer. 6 point and spike both went 30-35 yards. Both broadside shoots. Both broadheads fine for second shoot. BEAR LIGHTS OUT 70 LBS, TRU GLO SIGHTS, EASTON ARROWS, December 28, 2008
Often Imitated, Never duplicated I have used these expandables since they were introduced and have never used anything else. I have always been of the mindset that when you find something that truely works, stick with it. They have never failed to open and the fact that there are no O rings is priceless. I can switch from field points and not worry about changes in impact since they fly the same. Truely a great product. September 20, 2011
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on, my scorpyd 150 shoots over 400 ft per sec and these blades wont open
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No problem since my bow is shooting 355
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Absolutely. I use Spitfire heads on my Parker Tornado Xbow with great success.
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yes that is what I am using drops them fast
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yep. No question. Just be sure and test fire the blade in YOUR xbow. I've found that although mechanicals DO fly STRAIGHT, they often fly a couple inches lower at 20 yards than field tips. My experience...my two cents.
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Absolutely. They are perfect for that set up. I use them on my Barnett Quad 400 and it shoots 345fps.
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have had no problem with the spitfire the two buck i killed only went 30 yards. one problem i did notice if you do not get a pass threw the blood trail is sometimes hard to follow because entry hole is small. All the deer i have shot had pass threw. 340 fps this broadhead will work great .
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I would. The blade retention system in this broadhead actually makes it perfect for high speed compound and crossbows. I first started shooting these in my Horton crossbow at about 325 fps, so they should do fine. Just check em' when you nock em' and you should do fine.
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