New Archery Products Spitfire Crossbow Mechanical Broadheads
i have been using the spitfire 100 grain for about five seasons with my horton legend pro 175 and i will say this i never had a problem finding the deer as long as i hit them they dont make it to far just a flat out great broadhead give it a try you wont go to another
October 3, 2010
This broadhead does exactly what it is supposed to do. The accuracy is just a good as when using field points, it stays closed during flight ( I assume. I could not see it while in flight, but the entrance wound looked like it), and it made a large cutting exit wound that allowed a good blood trail. Not that I needed it because the buck only went about 20 yards.
The con would be that once used, the blades would not open and close with the proper ease. I usually clean and sharpen for reuse. No problem. I trashed the used one and will purchase more.
October 29, 2012
Awesome broadheads but fly like field points??
These broadheads are excellent. I am shooting 378 fps. The broadheads remain closed during flight and open on impact.
They do not fly/impact the same place my field points do. They impact 2 inches low at 20 yards. Every Broadhead tipped arrow hit the same spot, 2 inches low.
I use a Nikon Bolt XR scope with zero reset turrets. When sighting in I zero the turrets for dead on 20 yards with my field points. 8 clicks up and I'm ready to hunt with these broadheads.
I have used Nap thunder heads for 20 plus years and never had a bad Broadhead.
Buy some NAP broadheads. You'll be glad you did but the deer will hate you.
August 5, 2013
Spitfire Broadhead shoots like field point
I have only shot a single Spitfire so far, but it was with a crossbow from a tree stand at a deer 30 yards away, and the arrow flew just as my field tips have done. A nearly perfect shot. The animal was walking so I hit slightly posterior to my desired aim point, but I am very pleased with its accuracy. I would be confident in taking a 40 yard shot, and would probably try one at 50. I just ordered more Spitfires!
October 13, 2013