Wasp™ Jak-Hammer® SST™ Broadheads

   

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3

125 Grains

1-3/4"

Quantity:
3 Pack

3

100 Grains

1-3/4"

Quantity:
3 Pack
Intelligent design and a large cutting diameter give the Jak-Hammer SST tremendous cutting power for quick kills. This three-blade mechanical broadhead combines expanding stainless steel .036" blades with SST stainless steel Smart Tip™ that cuts on impact. The Jak-Hammer aligns the blades with the edges of the Trocar hollow-ground tip for a continued straight cutting path that opens a gaping wound for good blood trails. Blades stay closed with O-rings. 1-3/4'' cutting diameter. Three to a pack.

    Features:
  • Smart design aligns stainless steel blades with edges of cutting tip for continuous cutting path
  • 1-3/4'' cutting diameter for good blood trails
  • Tough SST stainless steel Smart Tip - sharp Trocar hollow-ground
  • Stainless-steel .036'' stainless steel blades
  • O-Ring retention releases blades simultaneously
  • Three pack

Manufacturer model # - 4903SST

Rated 4.4 out of 5 by 38 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Drop dead broadheads! Switched from Montec fixed broadheads to the Wasp Jak-Hammer SST and can't believe the difference! I have seen the damage now on 4 deer and you will NOT disagree with me. These cut and deliver a lethal entry and exit which will have you bagging your deer as opposed to tracking it!! October 23, 2013
Rated 4 out of 5 by Worth the money After replacing the O-rings with better rings. Had good straight flight up to 40 yards. October 23, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great broadhead!!!! First of all I've killed numerous deer with this one. It shoots just like a field point but does major damage. Penetration is great, leaves a massive hole and blood trail, also very durable. The farthest I've had one run was about 50 yds. Would recommend the jack-hammer to anyone except someone using a low poundage bow in which place I would recommend a cut on contact. But then again I've never tried them with a low poundage bow September 30, 2013
Rated 5 out of 5 by Still the best Been using these heads since they came out in 1996. Occasionally I get sucked in my the marketing of other heads, but always come back to using these. Shot 29 deer with them and never had to track over 200 yards - even on shots I probably shouldn't have taken, They saved my butt a few times. August 10, 2013
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No need. Adding another o-ring will not increase the retaining force of the o-ring. The only reason it may help is if you are shooting through brush where you may have a chance to keep one as the other moves. Highly unlikely.
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I replaced the O-rings with thin ones that I use in A/C repair. I have two bows that shoot at 308fps.
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No. My bow is advertised at 315. Only using 1 o-ring
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Its not necessary. I dont know my fps but I shoot them out of my Hoyt Trykon with 70 lb pull and out of my Horton Crossbow. Never had a problem.
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No, only 1 o-ring works on my 175 lb. , 330fps crossbow and works flawlessly.
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I would say you will be ok with just one o-ring.
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no i shoot @ 304 and havent had any problems with single o ring
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No, but you can shoot at practice targets by closing the blades with dental floss or wax line as there is a groove made in the blade for that purpose.
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No, don't need them. Shoots exactly the same as the same size practice tip and just as accuate.
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they do not come with practice blades, but they shoot exactly the same as a field tip. They are the most accurate broad head I have ever shot.
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 - West Virginia
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No, but you can tie a very thin wire around the top part of the Broahead and practice with your hunting setup.
The thin wire will prevent the blades from deploying.
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