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BlackOut Gator Expandable Broadheads or Replacement Blades

   

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The amazing BlackOut® Gator cut-on-contact broadhead will boost your confidence at the edge of your range. It's simply unsurpassed for accuracy: the two .030" blades have an in-flight diameter of only 7/8'', with ballistic characteristics near that of a field point. After flying straight and true, the free-floating blades deploy from the rear at impact, for penetration far exceeding that of conventional expandables. Expect gaping entries and exits, and an easy trail to follow! Cutting diameter 2''. 100 grain; 3 pack.

  • Cut-on-contact broadhead
  • Two .030" blades have an in-flight diameter of only 7/8''
  • Ballistic characteristics near that of a field point
  • Free-floating blades deploy from the rear at impact
  • Cutting diameter 2''
BlackOut Gator Expandable Broadheads or Replacement Blades 4.5 5 131 131
Good Quality I haven't shot the broadhead yet but just got them and they are great quality. Definitely looks like Rage stole the idea, I will be shooting both. I like the rage but this broadhead looks like it won't deploy if it just barely hits a tree branch (like the rage). I wanted to try something that wouldn't deploy from a brief touch and this looks to be it. I'm excited to take a deer with them. October 15, 2010
gator broadhead I have used this for years now. it creates a large entry wound. holds together and during practice flies as a practice tip. shot a doe on the 4th this month. October 11, 2010
Bad luck When i seen these i was pumped, somebody had copied rage for half the money.NOT i have shot two deer in past week with these broadheads and havent found one yet both were good shots 18yd and 23yd shootn a mathews z7 set on 65pds.both shots left the arrow flopping wth fletchins still in deer.deer didnt bleed very good at all. Nothing that ive ever shot performs like a RAGE two blade. once again why spend thousands of dollars on equipment and skimp on the most important piece.very dissapointed i dont like the way the gator dosent stay open when shot.there is nothing to keep it from closing. October 7, 2010
AWESOME Shot an 8 point Saturday night at 55 yards, the arrow flew straight and right on target. I saw and HEARD it hit, shot him a little back but I had no trouble finding the blood trail or the deer. He didn't run 50 yards and the entry hole was HUGE. For $20 you cant beat this I'm very glad I bought these and definitely will be buying more! October 5, 2010
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use them in a crossbow

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Yes! Blades will not open in flight.
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yes, i've used at speeds of 390 fps with great results.
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I have shot them with a Ten Point Turbo XLT @ 320fps for 7yrs. without problem. I am currently shooting them in a Mission MXB-400 at 400fps. I really like them. The only bad thing I can say about them, if you hit heavy bone like the shoulder the leading blade bends sideways and kills the penetration. NAP Spitfire XL same problem. I have lost a couple of deer like this. I am eager to try the BlackOut Gator SS with the chisel point. It should have better penetration than the cut on contact blade when hitting bone, at least it won't bend over. I highly recommend them. Note: With 22" arrows on the MXB you have to be careful loading, make sure the blades are closed when nocking the arrow. The window in which the broad head sits when loaded is very narrow on this crossbow. Tuning the broad head helps. Good luck!
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The manufacturer does not recommend this product be used in a crossbow. They may deploy early.
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you can get them online at basspro
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You can get replacement blades at some Bass Pro Shops
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from bass pro
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Through the BassPro Website.
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BPs has them $14.99 blades tips and screws.
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You may try contacting the mfg. I have retrieved two of these broadheads. Neither of them sustained any damage at all.
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On the BPS website. Item# 888-923-01
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Check with the Retail Stores: www.basspro.com/stores.
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Yes. shoot this head with confidence on elk
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I would guess yes I never shot an elk but they blow through deer like butter. I shot a big doe last week and the arrow blew through and stuck in the ground three inches. I rinsed the mud and blood off and the broadhead was still ready to go again.
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yes if you have the pounds on your bow
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yes blades are .30thousandths thick made of quality materials i wouldnt hesitate to use on elk
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I've shot 8 whitetail with this broadhead. Not once did I have a blade bend or break. That includes going through ribs, shoulder blades and hitting the ground after a pass-through. They are amazingly tough. I'd only be concerned about having enough kinetic energy to make a pass-through on an Elk sized animal.
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ive shot two whitetail deer and a blade has broke on both deer so i would say no
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I would go a different direction. These had very poor penetration on deer from my experience.
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Mine broke upon entry in a small whitetail. I wouldn't feel comfortable shooting an elk with them.
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I would think so, I had no problem with my wild boar.
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oh yes plenty stong enough if your bow is over 60 lb pull
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Shoot-thru mesh?

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Just wondering if anyone has had any experience shooting these heads through mesh, as is common in ground blinds. My concern is obviously early-deployment. I know Rage *says* they are safe to...what about these?

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Not the best for mesh as they will deploy and their is no resistance to push blades back down until next impact.
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I wouldn't shoot these through mesh because they would open. Fixed is what you shoot through mesh.
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Never have but i wouldn't recommend it because the blades deploy on contact with something and could alter the flight path
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Due to design I wouldn't take the chance, you'd most likely get early deployment of blades...
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i would notthink so they have free floating blades
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they'll close if they do open in flight and not stay open. I put a video on youtube demonstrating shooting a tnt(titanium gator) without rubber bands and it was perfect
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i have shot these through mesh and they didn't open on the mesh, and they still shot dead on, and just to see, i opened the blades and shot through the mesh, and they still shot right on. so even if it happened, you would be fine.
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It is not recommended to shoot expandable broadheads through mesh. It is best to only used fixed blade broadheads without affecting the flight of you arrow.
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The Rage broadhead has a practice broadhead.
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No practice heads.
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No, mine didn't. Shooting is like a target tip----FAST!!
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no they do not but I have had no diff between them and field tips
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I have bought 4 packages and neither came with a practice broadhead.
I use 3 packages for hunting only and 1 package for sighting in my bow.
Im sure you would be happy with these broadheads.
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i dont think so,but my field tips and these flew the same
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not that Iknow of
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no practice head included , but they fly identical to my field tips.
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No they don't. It would be nice if they did.
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NO. For once you really don't need a practice head. These fly like field points.
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I'm looking for a mechanical for a 150# Barnett crossbow shooting 340+ FPS. It seems that some will open prematurely in flight. I'm hoping this design won't. I've been using fixed blade, but tired of tearing up expensive crossbow targets even with practice blades.
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Ive had no premature opening in flight with these heads. My crossbows shoot at 330 FPS I hope this answers your question.
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I shot the broadhead with a Strykezone 380 at 383 FPS and it didn't open in flight, and if it did accuracy was not affected.
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Absoulty!!!Shoot a crossbow myslef and took two buck already. Extremely fast and amazingly effective
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HAVE SHOT THEM FROM QUAD 300 AND THEY HIT SAME AS MY FIELD POINTS. aND DO A EXCELLANT JOB ON DEER AND HOGS. very short tracking jobs fartherest so for about 45 yards.
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inertia keeps these blades closed , no o-rings or gimmicks . they leave Huge holes in what ever you shoot , so don't punish your target with these . they are field point accurate anyway .
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I've used them in my Excaliber, No problems.
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Yes these gators will work on your crossbow
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Yes, they work excellent with a crossbow.
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I think these broadheads would work fine in a crossbow. they come out of the target very easy and no tearing up expensive targets.
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Because of the manner in which this broadhead operates, I believe that it would be perfect for a crossbow. You actually have to push the deflection pieces backwards to get them to open.
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I am shooting an excalibur they work.
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What keeps the blades from premature deployment? The old rocky mountain snypers had a rubber band to keep them closed. Are there any problems with this? I have been looking for the snypers and havent been able to find them. I believe this is the same design.
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these are not snypers. The gator is built to stay shut. It takes impact to hit the points to open the blades forward not backward. They cut no matter what open or shut.
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I also used the snypers and loved them!!!! There are no rubber bands with the gator but i can tell you I have had absolutely no problem with this broadhead at all. In fact while practicing this year I deceided to open the blades first before shooting to see what would happen and the broadhead flew the same exact way as it did with the blades closed and I still had the same amount of penetration.
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These are kept in place by friction, I have not had any open in flight. I also have not had any stick closed either. I hope this helps.
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While the Snypers and the Gators look somewhat similiar the blades deploy differently, as far as what keeps the Gator blades closed from premature deployment, the blades are generally snug, not tight, when they are in the closed position and don't flop around like on another rear deploying broadhead that requires bands or O-rings. When shot from your bow or crossbow momentum helps keep the blades closed similiar to when you stick your head out of a window of a moving car and your hair flys back.
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The blades aren't "loose" and all the weight of the blade is in the back, but as soon as it hits something, it's going to deploy very easily. I am very confident they won't deploy prematurely. Hope this helps.
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The mass of the blades is behind the pivot point. This keeps the blades closed during acceleration. The only time I think they would open in flight was if you fired them when they were half open. This would cause them to slam shut, and maybe bounce open(i doubt it would, but I guess it is possible). The blades move fairly easy but there is a spring bushing that takes out the slop. I wouldn't worry about them opening. Highly unlikely given the physics of how they open and close
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The snipers were a slip cam like the rage but these are different.The blades are swept back so the forward force keeps them pushed back. The little hooks that deploy the blades have very little drag and do not catch enough wind to open. Never had a single problem with this. The picture is a deer i shot this weekend with them. Broke two ribs, went through the shoulder plate on the other side and stuck in the ground. Sharpened the blades and put it back in the quiver..
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The blades are engaged when the smaller deflection pieces are pushed back as the broadhead enters the skin. Once the blades are fully expanded, you will have a very large hole on your entry and exit wounds. No O-ring or rubber band is needed. You will need to make sure the blades are ready by closing the broadhead byhand before each shot.
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the engineering holds it closed..e.i. the blades fit snug inside the ferrule. it takes a little force on the 'gator jaws' up front to open them...
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There are a couple of springs that are blade retainers for these. You can go look at these at any store who sells NAP Spitfire broadheads. They push against the side of the blades when they are not delpoyed. Best retention system I have found yet. You will find no better ones out there. Check out my other reviews guys. These are absolutely bulletproof!
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There are no rubber bands to hold them in place. And if you bump them they will open.
Not a great choice for spot and stock type hunts unless you make sure to check the position of the blades before the shot.
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I know that Rocky mtn went out of business, but are these made by rocky mtn or did redhead just but the patent for them? Also these look a little different then the rocky mtn b/c the distance from the tip to the u part of the blade looks shorter which would mean that the blade would open sooner and have better chance for deflection before you get full penetration below the skin wouldn't it? I like the looks of these broadheads but am just curious.
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they are the exact same head no penetration problems
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To my knowledge Redhead took them over and I use them all the time and never had a deflection.
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No, Red Head
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Here is the deal as I know it. Rocky mtn gator by Barrie Archery sold to Field logic they were not availble until Bass Pro started selling them.
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Shot two whitetails with these broadheads, both had an entry wound that looked like the deer had been stabbed with a hunting knife as opposed to a broadhead. Trememdous entry and exit wounds. Don't know about Rocky mtn. I just know that they work!!
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yes, rocky mtn did orriginally make the Gator but redhead bought the patant and made some improvements
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These heads might be slightly different yes. Just before Rocky Mountain shut down they changed the head to cut on impact. This year was my first year using the Redhead brand. I tiook two shots and two dead deer. One spine shot when she ducked and a quatering towards shot on a ten point. The arrow hit true on the buck and drove straight through him and dropped him fast. So they still work great
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These are the same broadheads that were called the Rocky Mountain Gators before RedHead bought them out.
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I just received mine and are made in China. I still have some Rocky Mountain Gators and they were made in USA.
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Dude, these are Two blade NAP Spitfire expandable exactly! You can completely interchange the parts
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What is the min K/e required to operate these blades and do they fly like a field point? Thanks, Tim
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As far as the minimum K/e, I can't say. I think that is a judgement call. I can say from shooting many animals with this broadhead that the pentration exceeds even the fixed blade broadheads I have shot. I shot a 120 lb. doe and the braodhead penetrated and passed through both shoulder blades. The deer was braodside at 46 yards. I was shooting a 318 arrow with 100 grain gator at 270 feet per second.

As for the accuracy. I tested it. I shot my bow with field points and was geting great goups at 40 yards. I screwed on a top brand fixed blade and started shooting groups at 40 yards. The groups were 5 to 6" low left with the fixed blade. They grouped nicely but was very different from the field points. I shoot several groups at 40 yard with the gators and field points and they grouped exactly as the field points. If you are wondering, I save my boardheads that I shoot deer with and use them for my practive if they are still straight.
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i think 45
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I saw no difference between field point and the gator. fixed blade droped considerably.
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They do fly like a field point, and will cut no matter what because of the blade position.
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I shoot a recurve (50lb pull) and a crossbow (Horton HP150). Both work great!! Fly identical to a field point---Fast!!!
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40#k/e , and yes , field point accuracy . absolutely great flight characteristics and devastating wounds .
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I dont know the exact number. I do know you need speeds over 250fps. Yes they do hit like a field point. I can put the gator right next to my target arrow
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I don't really know but my bow is set at 64lbs and is going 247fps using a 340 beman arrow and I had a passthrough after breaking a rib. So I hope this helps
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i am not sure of the k/e on opening but you will not find a expandable the flies more like a field point than these do. hope this helps you.
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They fly just like field points!
It just depends on where you hit the animal when it comes to the ammount of KE you will need. If you hit them in the ribs "lung shot" a 50# bow should do just fine.
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well im only shooting 50 pnds of ke and hit the leg and into the heart@56 yrds. And they cant open in flight big key for me.
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I was wondering if you can get replacement blades for this broadhead? If so how much are they, and where can you get them?
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Yes Redhead on line.
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Yes. The replacement blades can be somewhat tricky to change. The two blades and the thin concave washer must all be alligned before reinstalling the allen screw. If you hit a large or hard bone when shooting it can cause the blades flatten the threads on the allen screw that holds them in the ferrule. If this happens you may not be able to back out the screw and remove the blades. I would say this would not happen most of the time. I have changed blades may times in Gators.
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yes and from bass pro
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they do have replacements, they are the same price as origional replacements
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not sure if replacements are available , but the design is such that the blades are not "locked" in the open position . the blades are able to close and reopen as they go through or around bone . if a blade got bent you could take them out easily and just hammer them flat again and resharpen .
After going through shoulder blades and ribs my blades still look like new...
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60# and higher
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i have bought them in the past
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These are two bladed NAP Spitfire expandable broadheads. They are identical to the ones the made ten years ago. The parts including blades are interchangeable.
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Havent seen any but the old rocky mount gator xp's blades are the same and could get those at one time
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They do make a small kit that includes blades, screws, o rings, and a small screwdriver. My local pro shop has them in GA. I'm sure anyone who sells the broadheads should have replacement blades.
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