Rocket Aeroheads® Meat Seeker™ 3-Blade Expanding Broadheads or Replacement Blades

   

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100 Grains

2"

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3 Pack
  • Piston Hammer deploys the blades without lever or cams
  • Chisel tip for maximum penetration
  • Non-barbed design blades

The instant target is reached, the Piston Hammer deploys the blades without lever or cams, which can fail or deplete the energy of impact. Chisel tip finds the path of the least resistance for maximum penetration through hide, flesh and bone. Non-barbed design blades release forward for easy removal from target.

Replacement blades come in 3 pack.

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 51 reviewers.
Rated 4 out of 5 by Meat Seeker 3-Blade Expanding Broadhead Review I really liked the performance of the meat seeker. The arrow flew very accurately compare to field points. That said, its a little challenging to get the broadhead on the arrow shaft without using extreme caution to prevent yourself from getting cut by the blades. October 1, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by the best broadheads Don't waste your time on other broadheads these are by far the best I have ever used. I have not lost a deer or a hog yet on these... the furthest one deer ran was 45 yards... plus very accurate! They fly like feildpoints. November 19, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great Broadhead I have used these broadheads for three years now and can say they are reliable and accurate. All the deer that I have shot with these I have recovered with ease. The one thing you do have to do with this broadhead is change the rubberbands every year as they dry rot and won't hold the blades snug to the arrow shaft. Other than that a tough reliable broadhead. October 14, 2011
Rated 5 out of 5 by Did the job! This is the first expandable I have used. I shot slick tricks last year and dropped my first deer ever in 10 yards. I only switched heads just to try somethind different. I liked the concept of these heads so I bought some. I first started by taking each blade off and sharpening them just to make sure they were razor sharp. On my first hunt with them I missed a doe twice. One head burried in the ground and the other skimmed off her back and laid on the ground. The next morning I nocked the same arrow that I skimmed her back with and waited. Well a medium sized doe came out in my lane and I let her have it. She was slightly quartered away when I shot. There was not a tremendous amount of blood but thats ok because she only ran 40 yards. The arrow did not pass throught because it was stuck in her offside shoulder but the entry hole was absolutly HUGE!!!!. After that the head still looks good and I can even reuse the rubber band. I will definitley keep using these. September 27, 2011
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Are these for crossbows?

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Yes you can use these for crossbows.
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Yes they work excellent on mine 1 1/2 100 grain kills them every time with a clean pass thru
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Yes you could use these with crossbow since they are pressure opening. However, I'd recommend the grim reaper razor tip. I have a barnett ghost 350 and they shoot just like field tips.
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I have shot two does with these out of my ten point crossbow and they work amazing they both went 20 yards and piled up not even out of sight its a great feeling when you can watch your deer go down and I have watched every deer this year go down
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maybe a little bu some fine tunning will sole it exalent choice in broadhead though

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Nope! You will be fine
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They are slightly thicker than my Easton Epic's as well... no issues though.
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I want to do some more practicing but I dont want to have to buy new blades when I just need the bands. I have been shooting it into a foam target so my blades are fine.
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Yes. They are almost identical to those used by orthodontist for braces.
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Don't worry about shooting the broadheads. Just practice with field points they fly the same.
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You must have some other type of broadhead because gators do not use O-rings nor do they have rubber bands. They have free floating blades and that makes them the best
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yes, I change mine out every year.
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You can use the rubber bands they use on braces for teeth . My daughter has braces so I have her grab some extra when she's there .
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At the bass pro shop where i bought my broadheads i was told rubber bands for braces would do just fine, they look the same.
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They can be used with crossbows. ONly come in two types of 100 Grain 1-1/2 inch and 2 inch. Both are 100 Grain.
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no 125 but yest it can be shot out of a crossbow

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RocyMountain use to . As far as I know it only comes in 100 grain from BrassPro. Try dialing in your bow with 100 grain field points. Them pick up a package of gator 100 grain. If you shoot a deer with them I know you will be sold on them. It is worth the try
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No, they only come in 100gr. I would look at a couple of fixed blade BHs that are made specific for xbows. they are the crimson talon w/turbin tip
the excalibur boltcutter, and you may also be interested in the NAP bloodrunner, it is a mix between a fixed blade and mechanical.
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This is a great broadhead for Turkeys
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yes i di and it worked well

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I harvested a Tom last year . Guaranteed to do the trick.
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They will work on a turkey but I have gotten better pentration from the magnus stingers. the 2 blade fixed blade broadheads zip right through a turkey. you could also use models with the extra bleeder blades..
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 - i hunt it i fish it i eat it and i love it
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They do not come in a 125 grain. Just two sizes that are both 100 Grain.
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At the time of this writing you can only get them in 100 grain.They will work on your crossbow. Buy some 100 grain field points and sight your bow using them. Then buy the gators. I promise you that you will have a deer killing awesome set up!!!!
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No, only comes in 100gr. there are two broadheads made specially for cross bow and they come in 125gr. they are the excalibur boltcutter and the crimson talon with turbin tip. I have also heard that the new NAP bloodrunner works well with a xbow.
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Don't know about 125. I shoot them out of a strykeforce at 388 fps. Fly perfect, and completly passed through a 240# hog. Head was still straight, resharpened and ready to go.
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My understanding is that they are the same broadhead.
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They are the same braodhead they were forced to change the name do the WWE from what I was told
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same system its just who endorsed the product

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The diffrence is Will Primo used to endorse the undertaker and now he endorses rage so Trophy Ridge had to change the name. I shot both and even had undertaker replacement blades that I installed on meatseekers.
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Pretty sure that Meat Seeker is just the new name given to these broadheads, no other differences
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None that I can tell. I think it was a naming issue
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i know we can not used "barbed" broad heads. The blades must fold back, but do these blades fold back enough to consider them legal?
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Yes. They do not have barbs so they are currently legal.
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Yes you can use these in NY. The blades release forward when you pull them out of the target.
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the undertaker is a non barb design
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Not to my knowledge. From my experience, they do fly very close to field points however.
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No need to have one ,on my Gold Tip pro hunters arrows they fly just like my field tips.
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don't know but the fly like a practice point having used them i can confirm this
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Not that I have found but as I understand it they make replacement blades this year
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Great question. That is a challenge with the average broadhead wrench. I have had success just by hand tightening from the tip with the help of a rag for protection. Use extreme caution.
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To really get them tight, you need to use a broadhead wrench. however, be sure that if your are using one of those flat plastic wrenches that you place it up as close as possible to where the blades are attached to the ferrule.
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Most users thread them on by hand, being careful not to cut themselves. You could also use a generic broadhead wrench (item number 860-236-00).
Click here to see.
http://www.basspro.com/webapp/wcs/s...
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