New Archery Products Spitfire Edge Mechanical Broadheads
Good but Be Careful
This is a good product which I have killed several deer. If you get a straight pass through, it is a a dead deer with a great blood trail. However, due to the 3 blades, if you hit a rib, or shoulder it will lose kinetic energy and you might not get the result you want. All about the shot placement
December 23, 2013
Took my sister-in-law hunting ( her first season ) I had checked her out on my Parker Terminator 175# crossbow to where I was confident she shot it well. We were out hunting on the evening of 12-18-12, and she shot a pretty good size doe at about 40 yds. After walking to the site of impact we found the bolt. I inspected the broadhead and noticed 2 of the 3 blades were broken off and the 3rd was bent. We followed a good blood trail for about 75 yds, then all of the sudden it just stopped. I am comfident that she made a good clean hit because of all the blood and flesh that remained on the bolt it's self, but I truely believe that the blades broke on impact and the bolt with a single blade passed thru the deer. I will not every use this broadheads again and do not reccomend them.
December 19, 2012
Amazing broadheads!! I hit a buck at 30yds a few weeks ago devistating damage. I double lunged him he made it 5 ft and died opened him up nothing but blood and a few pieces of lung. Did not get a full pass through do to the angle of the shoot but the amount of blood was better then pass throughs of other broad heads.
December 11, 2011
Only one to get
My brothers and I have tried broadhead after broadhead but when we got the spitfires thats it.always leave a devastating wound.the deer dont go farjust got back from a whitetail hunt in West Virginia my brother took a 26yrd shot hit the buck near the rump,but the spitfire tore through the buck didnt even go 10 yrds.will never by anything else
November 12, 2011