Bloodsport is roaring into 2017 with aggressive additions to its popularGravedigger and Night Fury broadhead lines, and two all-new mechanical heads that will set new standards for accuracy and cutting diameter.
The original Bloodsport Gravedigger is a hybrid with the best characteristics of both fixed-blades and mechanicals. The new Gravedigger Extreme Chisel Tip andExtreme COC (cut on contact) heads retain the outstanding reliability and accuracy of the original Grave Digger and extend the cutting diameter to an extreme 2.25 inches!
Both the Extreme Chisel Tip and Extreme COC feature a no-fail design with field-point accuracy. The main fixed blade has a cutting diameter of 1.25 inches, and the separate cross-opening expandable blades provide an additional 2.25 inches of devastating cutting area – all with a patented no O-ring blade retention system.
The 2017 Extreme Night Fury builds on Bloodsport’s original all-mechanical Night Fury, once again taking wound channels to an incredible 2.25 inches. It features a tough chisel tip and 420 stainless steel blades.
For three-blade fans, Bloodsport introduces the High Voltage, a three blade mechanical. It has 2 inches of cutting diameter and Bloodsport’s patented blade retention system with no O-rings and a no-fail design. It has a tough, hardened-steel ferrule that aids in its field-point accuracy.
Finally, the all-new Nitefall, a rear deploy broadhead is the next Bloodsport hybrid that is sure to take the bowhunting world by storm. Combining a full 1-inch fixed-blade with 2-inch rear-deploying expandable blades, the Nitefall once again gives bowhunters the best of both worlds. It has a chisel tip and Bloodsport’s no-fail, no O-ring system.