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NAP Releases New Broadheads - Braxe, BloodRunner, and Spitfire Maxx

by Bowhunting.com Staff 18. November 2008 02:18
Bowhunting.com Staff

New Archery Products, the leader in archery accesory innovation for more than 20 years, has released details on three new broadheads for 2009.

The BloodRunner is an rearward-opening expandable broadhead that delivers a 1 1/2 inch cutting diameter on impact for massive bloodtrails and quick recoveries.  The BloodRunner has a 1" cutting diameter when closed for field point accuracy.  0.036" thick blades provide extreme sharpness and dependability.  The BloodRunner will be sold in packs of 3 and available in 100 grains.

 

One word describes the new Braxe broadhead - Extreme!  The Braxe is the ultimate in strength and performance featuring three double-edge razor-sharp offest blades and a bone-crushing Trivex point.  The combination of the offset blades with the double cutting edges is called "core drilling" technology and delivers a massive wound channel that won't close and prevent a good blood trail.  This means not only better penetration but larger blood trails and shorter recoveries.

The Spitfire Maxx is a larger version of the legendary Spitfire broadhead with an increased 1 3/4" cutting diameter.  Field point accuracy, cut-on-contact tip, offset blades, and no o-rings are the trademark features that serious bowhunters have come to rely on from the Spitfire series of broadheads for over a decade.

   

 

All three new broadheads from NAP will be available for purchase right here on Bowhunting.com in January 2009.  Check back often for additional product updates and availability from your #1 source for archery and bowhunting gear - Bowhunting.com!

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