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125 Grains

1-3/16"

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5 Pack
  • $39.99

  • SKU: 274741

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85 Grains

1-1/8"

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  • SKU: 367312

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100 Grains

1-3/16"

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  • SKU: 287330

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3

100 Grains

1-3/16"

Quantity:
18 Pack

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Replacement Blades Only
  • $19.99

  • SKU: 287331

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3

125 Grains

1-3/16"

Quantity:
18 Pack

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Replacement Blades Only
  • $19.99

  • SKU: 274746

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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
  • Comes with broadhead wrench
Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 70 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by I'm a beleiver Purchased and shot Muzzies, and they were 6 to 7 inches from my field-tips @ only 20 yds. I read about these, and decided to check them out. I shot 3 arrows at the same distance without any re-tuning of my bow and they were hitting exactly where my field tips were hitting. Now, I can keep shooting my field tips until hunting season and have confidence that I'm hitting the same spot with either these or my field tips. Also, I really like the way you can tighten down onto the o-ring to the point that your blades line up perfectly with your vanes. I think this factor alone is largely responsible for the arrow flight. I'm hooked! August 4, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Thunderhead 125 3-blade Thick durable blades, chisle tip, and a large cutting diameter is why I tried these many years ago. I have shot many deer and never had a failure of any kind using these broadheads. I will continue to use them as long as they are available. I guess I'm "old school" in that aspect. They work and I have confidence in them. December 11, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Thunderhead Broad heads Thunderhead Broad heads I used 10-15 years ago when hunting White Tail, Black Bear, I had gotten out of Hunting for several years, and recently returned to the hunting scene, I so happy to find these broad heads for my arrows, it gave me so much confidents using this product, it helps my arrow fly true to the target, I would strongly recommend these arrow tips for any hunter, hunting white tail, black bear or Elk. November 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bobby101 Deadly broadhead! I have hunted deer, elk, hogs & coyotes with Thunderhead 125 broadheads for approx 25 yrs now & still impressed with the good blood trails left to my prey. I have tried a few other broadheads through the years especially when first starting out. Some are pretty good but none worth giving up my Thunderheads! I prefer the 4-blade & I always hone the blades sharp on any broadhead I use before taking it to the field even if new out of the box to ensure maximum performance & penetration leaving a short trail to follow. Crosswinds seem to have very little effect on the vented blades offering a more dependable & consistant flight. They hold firmly together all the way thru impact & beyond. I split a couple ribs & cut a spine in half on an upward shot on a WT doe so you can imagine how consistant the normal pass thru damage is to lungs & other vitals! Alot of planning & preparation goes into bowhunting with no guarantee of getting a shot. I don't want to lose an opportunity to harvest an animal because of a lesser broadhead than my Thunderhead 125! November 7, 2013
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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?
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I saw a helical blade setup on these but have not tried them
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haven't noticed any difference killed my first bear last year and 2 deer the worked good for me
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I've not noticed any change. About 40 - 70 yards per track and only give them 20 minutes or so as long as I know it was a good hit.
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read my 2 star review. i hunted 34 years and 15 with thunderheads here is the straight scoop they are dull not like when they first came out go ahead run your finger down them not even close to a schwacker, or muzzy in sharpness go to the new muzzy 3 blade if you still want to hunt with a fixed or go to the new rage extreme your accuracy and blood trails and an expired deer will be as fast as you can get out of your tree after the shot i tell you truth
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None Here, 10pt buck, weighed 300lbs (225lbs field dressed) and he dropped at 30 yards from point of impact, which was at 18yards.
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have you checked your arrow flight by paper tuning your bow? your arrows may not be getting efficient penetration. you cannot go wrong with slick trick broadheads. give em a try
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There are 5 broadheads and blades in a package, with replacement blades available.
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there used to be 6 now there is just 5
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You get 6 in a pack for $39.99, great deal
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they fly good for me just line them up with your vanes and they will fly great
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Pretty close as long as your bow is in tune
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Yes, I see NO difference with compound bow or crossbow.
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If your bow is tuned correctly they will shoot the same, if it is not tuned then they will not.
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yes they shoot as straight and accurate as any field tip.
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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.
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yes they fly straight, and the guy at bass pro said they might add three feet per second to the speed, but i dont know if thats true
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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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Can depend on how well your bow is tuned.
Some setups seem to shoot some heads better than others.
Overall they are a good broadhead.
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no they will not, they will drop off between 20-30 yards.
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