broadheads

FeraDyne Wins Sweeping Ban on Imports of Rage Broadhead Knock-Offs

The U.S. International Trade Commission (ITC) has issued a powerful General Exclusion Order (GEO) protecting the FeraDyne Outdoors popular and innovative Rage line of broadheads from foreign patent and trademark infringers. The GEO, which takes effect immediately, empowers more than 20,000 Customs & Border Protection Officers at more than 300 U.S. ports of entry...

Hot Gear: Devastation and Death with the RaptorTrick

Slick Trick broadheads unleashes the RaptorTrick expandable broadhead, the latest advancement in an extensive and proven line of broadheads hunters trust to get the job done. Listing to the consistent demand of diehard bowhunters searching for a more efficient and aerodynamic broadhead in flight-that still delivers devastating effects upon impact, the RaptorTrick was developed specifically to...

ATA 2017: Buy, Hunt with Complete Rage Simply Lethal Packages

Rage, the No. 1 selling mechanical broadhead on the market, now offers two complete arrow packages so archers can spend less time building arrows and more time shooting them. The new Rage Simply Lethal Arrow package combines a popular Gold Tip pre-fletched carbon arrows with the archer’s choice of either the Rage SC 2-Blade...

SHOT Show 2017: Bloodsport Gets Aggressive with Broadheads

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...

ATA2017: TRUGLO Titanium X Broadheads

TRUGLO, Inc. introduces the all new TitaniumX family of performance broadheads.  These mechanical and fixed-blade broadheads are available in for both compound bows and crossbows in several blade configurations. TitaniumX Broadheads are CNC-machined from Grade-5 titanium. The toughness of titanium demands a precision machining process that results in the most accurate and durable ferrules....

Remember ‘Buyer beware!’ When Buying Broadheads Online

Apparently knock-off products aren’t exclusive to over-priced jewelry and handbags. One Illinois hunter learned this the hard way, and his story makes you wonder how many hunters have been duped and didn’t know it. Let’s face it: good hunting products can be pricey, and there are certainly some great deals to be had. You just need...

D+DH Innovation Zone: Legend Series 100-Grain Solid Broadheads

Daniel Schmidt and the Deer & Deer Hunting Innovation Zone take a closer look the the Legend Series of bowhunting heads from Solid Broadheads. This is a 100-grain model with an integrated steel tip and 20-degree Samurai-style curved blades. D+DH Innovation Zone, Season 1, Episode 36. Original air date: Aug. 5, 2016. Solid Broadheads....

D+DH Innovation Zone: NAP Spitfire DoubleCross Broadhead

Exclusive insights into the most innovative products for deer hunters. The new 100-grain SpitFire DoubleCross from New Archery Products is a high-tech four-blade broadhead that creates a devastating wound channel. Chris Hunter explains how this broadhead works to create massive hemorrhaging in deer and other game.From the producers of Deer & Deer Hunting TV...

Dan Schmidt reviews the Rage X-Treme

Deer Debate: The Best Broadhead for PumpStation Penetration?

One of the most common questions asked by young hunters and sometimes even veterans is which broadhead is best: Mechanical or fixed? Fixed heads, of course, have been around for untold ages if you consider knapped stone heads used by primitive man and indians around the world. Once metal could be forged, hammered and...

Deer Talk Now: Top Bowhunting Gear, Tips and Tactics

Which do you prefer: A fixed blade or mechanical broadhead? Deer & Deer Hunting Editor-in-Chief Dan Schmidt answers this age-old bowhunting question that will continue to be debated for years. Fixed heads are simple, don’t have moving parts and have been time-tested. But expandables are lightweight, have slender profiles and fly like field points, and...