Wasp Boss SST 100 Fixed-Blade Broadheads

   

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100 Grains

1-1/8"

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Wasp™ Boss SST™ 100 Fixed-Blade Broadheads set the benchmark for fixed-blade accuracy, even on bows shooting well over 300 fps! Features a 1-1/8'' cutting diameter and .027'' blade thickness, combined with a super-sharp SST tip and shortened aerodynamic ferrule. Delivers sharp, strong, deep-penetrating wound channels, even on the largest game. 3 pack.

  • Designed to handle speeds topping 300 fps
  • SST heat-treated, stainless steel, cut-on-impact, chisel point tip
  • Shortened aerodynamic ferrule
  • .027'' stainless steel blades
  • Blades aligned with cutting edges on tip for top penetration
  • 1-1/8'' cutting diameter  
Wasp Boss SST 100 Fixed-Blade Broadheads 4.7 5 24 24
awsome broadheads i have been using wasp broadheads for 10+ years, not only are they bad to the bone, but wasps are bad through the bone! September 14, 2010
UNBELIEVABLE A local archery shop turned me onto these broadheads a couple years ago. NEVER AGAIN will I use any other tip. They shoot STRAIGHTER than field tips. I sighted my bow in today shooting Nockturnal 20gr nocks, Redhead Supreme Lite 350's, and Boss SST's 100gr. It took me 6 arrows to sight 10-20-30-40 yds. This is VERY hard to do with any other set up....ESPECIALLY with broadheads. Forget mechanical. SHOOT WASP BROADHEADS!!! July 31, 2010
Great Broadhead I purchased these this summer, so I havn't had a chance to try them out on an animal yet, but I can tell you that they fly great. I sighted in with my field points as usual, then screwed on a Boss and fired one off. It was perfect dead on at 40 yards, so I shot again just to make sure...and again dead on, perfect flight out to 40 yards and beyond. I shot the Wasp Hammer SST before so I know that these things will kill. August 28, 2009
great resolutes this is the 2nd year using wasp broadheads. last season i used the hammer sst 100 grain, shot a buck at 35 yards, passed thru both shoulder buck ran 20 yards and died. this season shot the boss 100 gr at a buck at 20 yards. right behind shoulder buck ran 20 yards and piled up. it looked like i had shot him with a rifle. highly recommened to anyone. wasp broadheads to anyone and everyone August 27, 2009
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WELL ...I have killed some of the biggest bodied elk on this planet and I am here to tell ya that the wasp boss will flat out put the hurting on a huge bull as long as you place the arrow in the right spot ...I have shot a couple bulls in the shoulder with a wasp boss and it fears no bone ...never have broken a blade ..never ...here is one out of my biggest bull ...shot at 65 yrds ..dead center in the shoulder ...He took a serious dirt nap !
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accurate and as tough as you can get
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If it hits the animal in the vital area(s) that your supposed to hit, I can say that with its cutting and penetration power it could take down a variety of animals from small does to bull moose (at least).
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I've never elk hunted before, but will be going in 2yrs, and thats all I will be using. They penatrate better than anything out there and I know for a fact they are accurate out to 80 Yards.
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Shoot 125grain three blade muzzys. Elk have thick bones and nothing crushes through a bone better than a muzzy!
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these r great broad heads for any amimal if u can shoot pretty good!!
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