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BlackOut Expandable Broadheads

   

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Blade Count
Weight
Cutting Diameter
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2

100 Grains

2"

Quantity:
3 Pack

Sleek, deadly, and incredibly accurate—this devastating 2-blade expandable from BlackOut® goes over-the-top in performance and dependability. Its micro-grooved SlimLine® ferrule delivers field-point accuracy; at impact, the hardened Trophy Tip® punches easily through tough hide and bone, leading the way for the razor-sharp Diamize® stainless steel blades. The 2" cutting diameter creates a tremendous wound channel. 100 grain; 3 pack.
Manufacturer model #: 60-572.

  • Sleek, deadly, and incredibly accurate
  • 2-blade expandable
  • Micro-grooved SlimLine ferrule delivers field-point accuracy
  • Hardened Trophy Tip punches easily through tough hide and bone
  • Razor-sharp Diamize stainless steel blades
  • 2" cutting diameter creates a tremendous wound channel
Rated 4.3 out of 5 by 18 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by As good if not better than leading expandables Excellent expanable for the money. Flys well with great wound channels. I open them just a little to ensure full expansion. Very pleased with performance. Taken several deer with quick kills. I shoot a PSE 68 pounds. September 1, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by No broadhead wrench? I bought these same broadheads last year for 15$ per 3 and really liked the broadheads, they haven't let me down yet but now you raise the price and take out the broadhead wrench? Whats up with that? They had them last year? October 3, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by great broadhead I tried these broaheads for the first time with excellant results. I have taken 2 deer one fell on the spot the other ran about 60 yards and fell. I took a 110 # hog and it didn't go 3 yards with a complete pass through of the arrow. The broadhead does an excellant job I have no complaints with it December 15, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by Works excellent. Purchased these expandables on sale for $19.99 and have shot them twice. First shot was directly below me at nice 8pt buck. Hit him in spine and dropped him where he stood. Broadhead broke but lodged deep in spine. Second was at a doe at 30 yards. Complete pass through with both blades deployed. Ran about 50 yards with great blood trail and fell over dead. Great broadhead for the money. December 7, 2010
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What is the blade thickness on these blades?
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These blades are .030" thick.
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The blades are .030" thick.
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I did test shots with the blackout expandable with a 60 lb draw weight and the blades deployed just fine. The blade retention system employs a snug metal wedge inside the shaft (not with rubber bands). That said i would envision it likely that the blades would not deploy as readily at lower draw weights that those that use rubber bands.
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I'm shooting at 53 lbs and they are opening without an issue
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70#
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i shoot 50 and my dad shoots 80 neither have ever had a problem
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It's tough to say whether expanding blades or fixed blades are better to use as there are strong proponents to either side of the argument. Please do check with your local conservation authority as some areas do restrict the use of expanding broadheads.

As for the pound draw, it is dependent on the shooter themselves. The best amount is the maximum amount that you feel comfortable in drawing yourself.
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Yes. the blade retention system is very similar to the Spitfire's "Snap-Lock" system. No rubber bands, springs or collars required.

Don't believe they offer replacement blades but dull blades can easily be sharpened.
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retetion is similar but better and no blades so far
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No, the retension is better.
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The blades of the swhacker are held in by a yellow oring. The spitfire is held in by its own.
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They are exactly the same as Spitfires. I think the blades are identical as well.
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