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BlackOut Expandable Broadheads

   

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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 2 out of 5 by Keep Looking Shot 2 deer, one complete pass through, found arrow with blades still closed, other poor penetration (no major bone hit), blades still closed. Little to no blood on either deer. November 23, 2010
Rated 1 out of 5 by Stay away I bought this broadhead because it was supposed to expand everytime, and shoot like a field point. It shot like a field point, but it definately did not expand. I shot a 9 point last week. He may have been 15 yards away, so he was hit hard, right behind the shoulder. The video showed this. I shot him at 4:15 pm, so there was plenty of light to look for first blood. I got down after he ran off, and reviewed my video to see where he was standing, and where he ran into the woods. We searched the point of impact for an hour...no blood. Later that night, we went into the woods where he did...no blood. The next morning, after doing a grid search, we stumbled onto him. He was at least 225 yards from where he was shot. There was no blood where he was laying. I got the broadhead out while cleaning him, and it was obvious that the thing did not expand. It was a miracle that we found the deer. I cleaned the broadhead, and shot it at my target. It still did not expand. Long story short, buy another product. November 19, 2010
Rated 5 out of 5 by AWESOME! I decided to purchase the RedHead Blackout broadheads after a little research and reading several positive reviews. Don't let the price fool you, these are quality broadheads and they are nasty! This is my second year of archery hunting and I dropped my first buck this past weekend, a really nice 7pt. He was broadside about 38~40yds and had no clue I was there and at full draw! Pulled the trigger on the release and the rest is history! Passed right through the bone and all and left a 2"+ wound at both the entry and exit locations. Recovered the arrow, wiped the broadhead clean and it looked like new! Very confident shooting these broadheads!!! Shooting a PSE @ 70# October 26, 2010
Rated 4 out of 5 by Sharp ! I bought these on Sale for $19 so it was a great deal! I would give them a 5 if the came with a fixed practice blade like Rage. Great broad head huge hole with lots of blood! You do have to watch out for them opening before shooting them. October 25, 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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