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Rocket Aeroheads Miniblaster Mechanical Broadhead


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75 Grains


3 Pack
  • $24.99

  • SKU: 1589303

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With mechanical broadheads, lighter weight means more speed. Usually it means a sacrifice in energy and durability too. But not here! The Rocket Aeroheads® Miniblaster™ Mechanical Broadhead combines speed, power, and strength! It’s a slim, lightweight broadhead designed for high speeds, but it delivers knock-down, bone-crushing durability. 1-3/4" cutting diameter.
Manufacturer model #: AT75MB.

  • Slim, lightweight broadhead designed for high speeds
  • Delivers knock-down, bone-crushing durability
  • 1-3/4" cutting diameter
Rocket Aeroheads® Miniblaster™ Mechanical Broadhead 4 5 1 1
Miniblaster works for me. First learned of the rocket miniblaster from friends of mine that live and hunt out west. They like them because the light 75 grain head flys flat longer distances.The devastating 1 3/4" cut has devastating killing power and taken many mule deer and elk for them. Last year, after wounding an animal with a conventional fixed blade broadhead, I decided to make the switch. Chose the rocket because I had become familiar with it through friends and it was economicaly priced which was important to me. Took a doe the last day of bow season last year and saw her drop within 50 yards. Hit shoulder on the exit side which slightly bent the tip making it unusable but I was happy with the result. Shot a small buck this year and again it didnt make it 50 yards before expiring. A blind man could follow the blood trail. Didnt find the business end of my arrow so still cannot tell about durability. Very happy with the results though. Not wounding or loosing an animal because of a marginal shot is worth a lot! I'm planning on using them in the future with confidence. Happy hunting to you my friends ! October 31, 2011
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