Thunderhead Fixed-Blade Broadheads
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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 72
Rated 5 out of 5
by Kracker Excellent
Excellent product! Been using the 100 gr. 3-blades for 20+ years. Tried Rage mechanicals one year - back to beloved T/H's. Deer & a (375 3/8" gross) 1000+ lb. Oregon Roosevelt elk go less than 80 yards (with good hits). The unit holds up well, blades are plenty strong enough, & cut good bleed channels. The "O" ring is great for tuning, replacement parts are readily available. Ya gotta love 'em!!
October 20, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by nonewhatsoever Used them for years
I have used Thunderheads for years and have always been pleased with there performance. They fly straight and cut a wide path. Great product.
September 16, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by OldMarine 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.
August 4, 2014
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
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