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Wasp Jak-Hammer SST Broadheads

   

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125 Grains

1-3/4"

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3 Pack
  • $32.99

  • SKU: 535137

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100 Grains

1-3/4"

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  • SKU: 449038

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Intelligent design and a large cutting diameter give the Wasp™ 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.
Manufacturer model # - 4903SST

  • 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
Wasp Jak-Hammer SST Broadheads 4.4 5 39 39
Wasp 100gr This is my first year using a mechanical braodhead. I've been protesting their use for several years when a friend convinced me to try them. My first shot from the stand I took a 110lb doe. 3 days later I took my 1st archery buck an 8pt @ 135lbs. I used the same arrow & head as the 1st. I just used new blades. Pass through on both animals. Devistating wound channel and the 8pt was a shoulder hit. less than 50yds & down! September 23, 2008
exellent product these broadheads are awesome!!!! Ive used them for 10 years now and get this they are the original 6 I purchased 10 years ago! Ive killed 3 deer with only one broadhead in one season! they penetrate and leave massive wound channels! I had one go through 2 sholder bones and still completly intact! great product! January 9, 2010
The only one to use. I shoot a 150 lb. & a 175 lb. crossbows and All my shots go thru both sides leaving an awsome blood trail , if they go over 20 yards from impact. I've used the 125 gr. model for 13 years , dropping 44 deer & 3 turkeys with them. I'm on my third set of broadheads because I clean and resharpen on a diamond stone. After time they will bend and break and have to be replaced. I've lost two and still have 6 in my quiver. There's no for practice tips as 125 gr. field points shoot and are just as accuarte as the broadheads. Best broadhead on the market. Oh, with my 175 lb. shooting at 330 fps ,I still only need one o-ring on the blades to work flawlessly. July 30, 2012
Badest Broadhead On The Market This is truley one of the badest broadheads on the market. How does it fly? Coyote at 45 yards, perfect hit. How does it hit? Like a hammer leaving a gaping entrance hole. How does it perform on impact? Like I said, gaping hole. Every animal I've taken has been a streight pass through. The chisel head will bust through bones. You can wrap dental floss around the top cut out and use it for practice without it opening on impact. Said simply, the Badest Broadhead On The Market. September 25, 2012
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I shoot a PSE dream season which I believe was 312 fps. I can't find the exacts on it right now but I know it was over 300fps. I have not doubled up and had no problems.
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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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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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