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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
I have taken sixteen deer and elk all with the Spitfire and it has performed flawlessly every time. It flies exactly like my fieldpoints, opens every time even on extreme angles and causes big trauma. I won't shoot anything else.
August 29, 2012
Great broadhead. Have shot seven deer using this broadhead. Only one went over 50 yards (terrible hit). Still only went about 125 yards. Would not have recovered with most fixed blade broadheads.
May 31, 2012
I tried rage broadheads and was disappointed . I bought a 3 pak of these and was delighted. These broadheads Never opened up by an accidental bump, they fly like field points. The devastation is unreal . Every deer I have shot with these , looks like someone opened a drain plug on a tank of water.Not interested in any other broadhead . Can use over again .
March 25, 2012
horrible, horrible, horrible
this is horrible, ive shot a racoon with it yesterday didnt even open up i had blood and hair on it and i watched the coon walk away, ive shot at 6 deer with it and it flies so diffrent than field tips all 6 deer i shot with it ran over 400 yards and none of the blades opened ohh and to metion i never found them deer and they were all 150+ class bucks this is a terrible broadhead dont recomend it to anyone not worth 40 bucks use hammerheads much cheaper and way better.
January 29, 2012
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.
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 .
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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