RedHead® Blackout® Fixed-Blade Broadheads or Replacement Blades

   

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3

100 Grains

1-1/16"

Quantity:
3 Pack

3

100 Grains

1-1/16"

Quantity:
9 Pack

Description:
Replacement Blades Only
This sleek, technically advanced replaceable-blade broadhead represents the ultimate in durability and sharpness. Its precision ferrule is all stainless steel, configured using patented MonoFlow™ technology to ensure superior strength and flight performance. The super-sharp German steel blades, full .030" thick, are securely locked into the ferrule and will remain intact even in the toughest conditions. Cut-on-contact tip for deep penetration. Wide 1-1/16'' cutting diameter.

    Features:
  • Stainless steel ferrule
  • MonoFlow technology for superior strength and flight
  • Cut-on-contact tip for improved penetration
  • 1-1/16'' cutting diameter
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 72 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by black out broadheads I have been shooting these broadheads at my 3D-target and they fly really well. They were really sharp out of the box ,and have been tearing up my target pretty good. I havn't seen any woblble in the arrow as of yet. Hope to use them on a deer opening weekend if so I will let everyone know how they preformed. September 13, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Very Impressed I've grown up using Thunderhead and Muzzy broadheads but wanted to try something new since I got a whole brand new bow setup this year. I havent shot a deer with them yet, but these points fly better than any broadhead I've ever used. Although I wasn't using the highest quality target, I shot one of these into the target and it nearly went all the way through a brand new target. This makes me believe they will have good penetration power. Just a personal preference here but I love that when I unscrew them from my arrows the blades dont immediate fall out. They will if you move them alot, but they are generally secured in place. The Muzzys I've shot for a while will far apart before you ever get them halfway unscrewed. Though some complain about the small cutting diameter I like it because I think this helps you shoot in between ribs while still doing good amounts of damage. Also, I picked these up for $19.99 for 3 so you really CAN'T beat that in the broadhead world. September 12, 2011
Rated 4 out of 5 by Great Product only use for practice so far and performance is awesome. Flies just like my field points and penetratation is good and the head holds together. So far no problem and looking to put one through some deer this year August 5, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Deadly These broadheads are incredible for the price. I shot my 160" and 149" whitetails in Alberta with these and both fell within sight. They shoot like field points past 50 yards and I pass through everything with them. I shoot them at 290fps and have no issues. I shot a mule deer buck at 53yrds and hit him through both shoulders. Looking for my arrow and a blood trail I found chunks of shattered shoulder bone as well as the mule deer 60yrds away. Awesome broadheads I will shoot these for moose,elk,bears,and whitetails. Keep up the good work Bass pro! June 15, 2011
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How many are in a pack?

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The broadheads come with 3 in a Pack, the replacement blades come with 9.
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The packs I have purchased had 3 in each pack.
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The picture shows 1 "O" ring, but they come in the package with 2 "O" rings attached. By the way.....awesome broadhead!!
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If you mean rubber O-ring, they don't come with any. Each broadhead does come with two small washer type rings that hold the broadhead together. I don't know if that helps. I use both. Not sure what the advantage is other than strength and durability on impact.
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I prefer to only use one, but it is more of a preferance
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One to two is fine just select them out of the package they come in.
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I use them with FMJ and they work great.
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There are 2 metal "O" rings that seat the blades against the body of the broadhead. However, they sometimes present some minor seating issues against the arrow and will cause a slight "wobble" when the arrow spins.
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I ask this because I don't want to have to resight my bow every time i buy a new package of heads. I would appreciate anyone's help.
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I don't know about other packages but the 3 I bought out of the same package hit in the spot that I'm aiming at
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They did for me! I have trusted them for shots of a lifetime!
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i took my field point took a shot into my 3 d buck then added another shot with the blackout cut the vanes off my first arrow with no ajustments so i would say they do def a great buy good luck
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yes, they do fly precise. If your bow is tuned well... if arrows fly well through paper, these broadheads will fly the same as target points.
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no they didnt hit the same for me they shot 4 " to the left . they are easy to tune
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I've personally used heads from four different packages and so far they have all shown the same flight characteristics. They may hit slightly higher than your field tips, but unless you are shooting at very long range, this shouldn't be a problem at normal bowhunting distances.
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I have shot these since 2007 out of several different set ups at several different speeds. They have always impacted right with my field points for me. Best head you'll find at any price, but the low price tag sure a nice bonus.
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I bought 3 packages and all were perfect when I spun them.
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They seemed to ply just like my field points.
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They do. I shot all of them at the same time.
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Is the RedHead Blackout Fixed-Blade Broadhead spin-tested?
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I spin test all of my arrows and broadheads before they go into my quiver. I haven't had a bad one yet.
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I cannot tell you if they are or are not spin tested from the factory. I can tell you that I've been shooting them since 2007 and have never had a single accuracy problem out of them.
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I've talked to an archery salesperson at bass pro and they actually told me they are more accurate than Muzzys amd Thunderheads. On the package it does mention that they are spin-tested. You buy a 3 pack and all 3 fly the same
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I think it will. I shoot a pretty small diameter beman arrow and it works fine
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They do. Thats the arrow I use.
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probably but you'll want something a little lighter maybe a muzzy 75 grain. These only come in 100 grains and the ICS juniors dont give it enough stability.
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This will fit on the junior arrow but if you are going to be hunting with it, I would suggest going with a slightly better arrow. The St epics and St excel or even the beman MFX in a 400 or 500 spine would be a more durable arrow and even give u better penetration with a light poundage bow.
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