Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 69
Rated 5 out of 5 by Bill0220 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 strati 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 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
Rated 5 out of 5 by deertaker Thunderhead fixed blade broad head 125 gr.
I have used the Thunderhead Fixed Blade Broadhead 125Gr. for the past two years. I have never had a deer travel over 20 yards after being shot. If you place the shot where it should be placed, it usually takes three seconds for the animal to drop dead. I had tried the mechanical broadheads on my crossbow, but they would not open. I shoot a Barnett Penetrator Crossbow.
October 15, 2013