Thunderhead® Fixed-Blade Broadheads
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.
Rated 4.6 out of 5 by 62 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by dude415 Thunderhead 100 gr. broad heads Been using these for a long time, at least 8years or more. Have taken many trophies , alot of deer have fallen to these broadheads. They deadly and consistent. If you put any broad head in the wrong place, you are in for a long track. But do your part and these broad heads will do theirs. June 10, 2013
Rated 2 out of 5 by gladdenT1 flight and sharpness of blades over 15 years i hunted with thunderheads so listen carefully when thunderheads first came out they were sharp as a razor . now guys go ahead see how dull they are . the first set of thunderheads i bought i cut myself to the bone on them with little effort ( not intentionally). I SUSPECT, THAT THUNDERHEAD HAD LAW SUITS OR SOME OTHER REASON TO SEND THE BROADHEADS OUT DULL. I DARE YOU TO TRY THE SHARPNESS THEY ARE DULL. NEXT ISSUE IS FLIGHT FROM ELEVATED STANDS. NOW I HAVE TAKEN 20-30 DEER WITH THEM OVER THE YEARS AND EVERY YEAR PRACTICE FROM THE GROUND IS NOT REPEAT NOT SUFFICIENT IF YOU HUNT IN A TREE STANDTHAT IS 18 FEET OFF THE GROUND OR MORE THEY WILL WIND PLANE . TRUST ME DONT CHANCE A DEER OF A LIFE TIME ON THIS FACT! TUNE THEM YES BUT THEN NEXT DAY GO UP THE TREE AND TRY THEM AGAIN FROM 10 YARDS AND 18 YARDS. YOU WILL DROP THEM LIKE A BAD HABIT!!! MECHANICAL'S WERE GARBAGE UNTIL THE REAR OPENING ONES LIKE RAGE AND SCWACKER CAME OUT. ACCURACY IS THE MOST IMPORTANT ASPECT OF BOW HUNTING . IF YOU TUCK IT YOU OWN THE DEER IN VERY SHORT TRACKING IF AT ALL. AND A MARGINAL SHOT WITH A RAGE YOU HAVE STILL AN GOOD OR BETTER THAN GOOD CHANCE OF RECOVERY. TRUST ME GUYS NO BULL THUNDERHEADFS NEED TO BE BROUGHT BACK TO ORIGINAL SHARPNESS AND THE BLADES RECONFIGURED FOR RELIABLE FLIGHT IN ELEVATED STANDS. November 8, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by fishermanluke715 NAP Thunderheads i used to use rage broadheads and after not finding two deer because of a lack of blood i decided to change. My cousin told me that thunderheads worked good so i bought them and the day after i got them i shot a deer and shattered both front shoulder and the deer only went around 40 or so yards. never going to switch to another broad head again. thank you NAP for such and awesome product October 9, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by seckmanlax good broadhead 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
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Details: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?
A: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
A:None Here, 10pt buck, weighed 300lbs (225lbs field dressed) and he dropped at 30 yards from point of impact, which was at 18yards.
A:Yes, I see NO difference with compound bow or crossbow.
A:If your bow is tuned correctly they will shoot the same, if it is not tuned then they will not.
A:yes they shoot as straight and accurate as any field tip.
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A: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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A: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
A: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.
A: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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