Wasp Archery Queen Fixed-Blade Broadheads
Search is over:Best Broadhead found
after swapping back and forth from fixed to mechanical and back to fixed, i am so glad a friend recommended the Queen to me! The search for the best broadhead is over! Last year, i got complete pass throughs on 4 bucks, numerous javelinas and even turkey with the Queen. I know men who now shoot it.
stocking up for this year and hoping for success!
thank you, WASP for making the Queen!
August 18, 2014
Do not buy
Not impressed with this broadhead. Switched to this after being praised as a good manufacturer and the Pro-Staff advised it was a good choice after lowering draw weight from shoulder injury. I hit a doe at 15Yds with the arrow hitting shoulder blade (I know bad shot). This arrow when had struck and was immediately glanced down. When I reached it the broadhead was bent at the shaft from the impact. I sent photos to WASP and spoke with one of their staff and was assured by them that I was not giving a full story because this will not occur with their product. So in the end the broadhead failed and their customer service was worse.
November 8, 2013
Hoyt Power Hawk
- 30'' draw
- Easton Axis FMJ
I had a doe come in at 15yrds and i drilled her right behind the shoulder.... She died thats for sure! Its kind of heard to find a deer that doesnt leave a blood trail.. I had a complete pass through bubbles al over the arrow indicating a lung shot. no blood trail....... If your shooting hogs in the head they work great but please dont shoot a deer.. 3 blades only 1'' just doesnt do the trick. tey do shoot straight.
November 21, 2012
Got these for my wife. She only shoots 40 lbs and our local bow shop suggested we not use these unless she can get her poundage much higher. She liked the girlish touch that was put on them. They have a rubber washer that allows you to tighten the broadhead onto the arrow and then turn it more to tune it and all you are doing is squishing the rubber washer but it all stays tight. The wife was getting great groups at 40 yds, if we can up her poundage she might use them next year. They just need to come with practice blades and tips.
September 6, 2012