Thunderhead® Fixed-Blade Broadheads feature high-quality, proven consistent performance and superior design feature surgically sharp, replaceable .027" vented stainless steel blades. Hardened high-carbon steel Trophy Tips® start cutting on impact. Slimline® low-drag ferrule increases penetration. Patented lock ring and O-ring retention washers ensure secure mounting and perfect head alignment, and cushion blades on impact. Broadhead wrench included. Thunderhead® 85 features an ultra-light head ideal for use with carbon arrows.
Three blade design
Cut-on-impact, hardened, high carbon steel Trophy Tip
.027'' vented stainless steel blades
Low drag Slimline ferrule
Patented lock ring and O-ring retention washers cushion blades on impact
i have the 100 grain and these heads are very good for the price. these are very accurate heads i had to stop shooting multiple arrows at once because they either split or cut fletchings off the other arrows. i shot these at my target and had a pass through and it shot into a rock and the blades were all in tack and sharp the only thing about this head is the tip needs to be sharpened a little bit.
September 12, 2012
These broadheads ROCK, have used them for years, at lease 20, and have never fail to impress me. Just killed a 300lbs (field dressed 225lbs) deer and he did not go 30 yards. I will never use any other broadhead.
September 11, 2012
I bought these and they sighted in easily, very strong and can always depend on it to take down whaty ever ur hunting all around good product Nap!
January 6, 2012
I bought these as backup heads for my Gator XP's and they are great. They penetrate better than a lot of other heads and they fly great. in ten minutes I was hitting right with field points. They passed through my bad target and went into my fence, but I pulled them out and touched them up on the sharpener and they still fly perfectly.
December 29, 2011
I have shot these broadheads for years and loved them, but i re-stocked at the beggining of the season and all 3 deer ive shot since have taken alot longer to die than ever before. I always give an hour on a sure double lung and 2 hours on any other shot but this year it just seems like something isnt right with these heads. Has anyone else noticed any difference?
They won't shoot exactly the same because the broadhead has 3 blades on it which will affect its flight but with my experience with them they fly striaght and close to a field point and I have killed many deer with this broadhead. i am sure with a little tunning they will fly like a field point.
Thunderhead fixed blade broadheads shoot exactly the same as the practice field points of the same weight. It's one of the things I really like about these broadheads. The point of impact is exactly the same.
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