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125 Grains

2-1/4"

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Mechanical Broadhead
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2

125 Grains

2-1/4"

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6 Pack

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Replacement Blades Only
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100 Grains

1-3/4"

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Opens so fast, you can hear the SWHACK! Mechanical broadhead features a high-carbon steel tip for reliable penetration; two small wing blades for cutting through hair, hide, and bones; and two long, ultra-sharp main blades that open upon impact for eviscerating internal damage.

  • Mechanical broadhead
  • High-carbon steel tip for reliable penetration
  • Two small wing blades for cutting through hair, hide, and bones
  • Two long, ultra-sharp main blades that open upon impact

Swhacker Mechanical Broadheads or Replacement Blades or Bands 4.7 5 34 34
great broadhead I purchased swackers for the first time last year and was very impressed. They are the only broadhead I have used that fly just like my field tips and do devastating damage to deer. I shot a deer last year and the exit hole was 2 1/2 inches, the deer went 15 yards. Definantly the best broadhead on the market! September 20, 2012
Looking forward to testing them Love what I have seen so far with them. Hope to see what it does to deer Flesh soon September 13, 2012
hear the swhack i been using rage for the last several years and i had alot of problems with them so i decided to buy swhacker broadheads and i think i made the best choice i could made.. now i have to wait till bow season opens so i can hear the swhack on a big buck August 5, 2012
BLOOD EVERYWHERE! I Got to finally test my swhacker broadheads out this past season and man did it perform. I jumped a doe, turned broad to me at 25 yards. Pulled back and smoked her ! Clean pass through and the blood trail was incredible! She curled up 25 yards on a tree. GREAT BROAD HEAD. August 2, 2012
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how many come in a pack?

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there is nine in the package with the broadheads
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what works great for me is to use rubber bands ment for braces.
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You shouldn't. I would consider experimenting with a target before hunting.
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Yes they will, since the small bleeder blades will swing back upon impact, then on the other side of the bleeder blades are the bigger blades.
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You should because its a SWHACKER
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are they better than muzzy
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Yes they will open up on a 45lb bow. They do a bigger cutting diameter than the muzzy and have better penetration.
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I don't know if they will "Always" open on #45. But, I know they recommend that your bow be set to 50# and above.
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I think they would work fine. My only complain is the low quality bands that hold the blades. They really expand and do a great job of penetration and killing, at least on turkeys. I haven't tried them on deer, yet. I will this fall.
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I'd buy a set and shoot them into a foam target with a thin towel over it......that'll give you a more definite answer. I'd say probably just because of the design, but i know mechanicals and 45lb bows are a little taboo
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My son has the Diamond Fugitive and he wantedto know if all of the blades would always deploy
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I shoot at 64 pounds. I havenever had them malfunction. They have lways opened.
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without a doubt, Like i told another guy, to prove it before going in the field buy a set and shoot them into a foam target with a thin towel over it
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I shoot a PSE X-Force set at 60lbs and have not had a problem with mechanicals.

Update to my review: After shooting a doe with this broad head I successfully harvested a buck at 35 yards with the SAME HEAD a few days later! As always, the arrow flew perfectly, blades deployed perfectly. Entrance and exit wounds were very impressive. The deer was making a rub when he was hit, he jumped, took three steps and stumbled down a small slope before falling over for good. He went maybe 15 yards. Arrow was buried 6" in the ground and the blades are still perfect after two deer, complete pass throughs and into the ground both times. Amazing. I will never use another head.

These can be mechanically challenging to assemble and it is my suspicion that those who claim to have trouble with the blades not opening or breaking and falling apart are simply not installing the head properly. READ the instructions, align everything correctly and they are magic! The pic shows the ENTRANCE hole.
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Yes they will always deploy , its just a matter of Kentic energy to get a exit?
on low pound bows with low kentic energy you have to match the power with the broadhead you will use
when in doubt check with the broadhead website for proper information
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Yes they will if you don't hit the shoulder bone. Cool story; the guy who made the Swacker broad heads is a rocket scientist, so there build to have the best aerodynamics.
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I have had pass throughs up to about 35 yards with the same set up it really just depends where you hit em though
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I would think so. My buddy shot a Mully at about 30 yards with the 100 gr (smaller blade one), broadside shot as it was silhouetted on a ridge. The arrow passed clean through his vitals and flew another 100 yards over the ridge. He was useing a bow thats not nearly as fast as your setup.
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I shot doe with clean pass through using shwacker broadheads at 50yds. i shoot a 61# draw x-force axe 7. I dont think you will have any problem.
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i shoot about 65lbs and it had no trouble passing through my deer and a quarter of the way through a tree
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YES IT WILL
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You need to know your bows true Feet Per Second “FPS or velocity” and the true weight in grains of your arrow that’s including insert, fletchings, nock, and broadhead. Then input them into this formula (velocity x velocity x total arrow weight (in grains) divided by 450,240) and it will give you your KE. The Package recommends a minimum of 60 KE. That’s not to say you need that for a pass through on a deer as they are have a thin hide and a well placed shot could result in a pass through. So to be on the safe side if you end up with KE of 60 or higher you are good to go on that pass through you are looking for.
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My bow is set to 50 lb I don't alway get a good pass through but I get good penetration. If I get a good hit in the ribs I always get a good pass through unless my arrow hits bone. It still puts them down.
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It was plenty for me at 61#. Shot doe with clean pass through at 50 yds. I think its design allows for maximum penetration. First cut with short blades then finsihes with 2" cut.
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My 11 year old kid is pulling 45# and knocking em down with a clean pass through

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Sure would. Im only pulling 60 and I have gotten near complete pass throughs. If my little bro can kill one with a 40# recurve with these you should have no issues.
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I wouldn't see why not. Im shooting 60 lbs and it opens great and whats cool is that they open just after hit. make sure ur using a decent arrow weight to get some kinetic behind it.
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No, I practice with them and replace the blade before hunting season. This works great for me.
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swhacker does not make a practice tip but it says on the package to wrap a small piece of electrical tape around the ferrule between the tip and the wing blades. this may add a little weight but will allow you to practice without the blades coming open and using a bunch of the o-rings
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No, they recomend you use electrical tape over blades to practice. Kind of lame. They do fly good though.
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it flies the same.....trust me, i chose the swhacker after buying a bunch and testing out their flight patterns.......it is right on target with FT's
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The package says to use the broad head, just wrap electrical tape around the blades.
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No, they do not have one listed on our web site or their web site.
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Or other recommendations please.
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They work fantastic on turkeys. They fly, penetrate, and expand very well. Don't like the cheap bands used ot hold the blades in, but other than that they work extremely well on turkeys.
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i'd think you'd ruin a lot of meat, but they'd definitly kill whatever you are shooting.
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they will drop a turkey my son and i shot 2 yesterday and they just fell like we had 12 guage shotguns

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if your just for spurs beards and fans its ok but it wil tear a hole in it good shot placement maybe
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This broadhead has taken several birds for my family. It flies like a fieldpoint and groups just the same. If your aim is on the tom is as good as on the table.
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