2021 Iron Will Broadheads

By Brodie SwisherFebruary 11, 2021

Few things stir the pot around hunting camp like the topic of broadheads. The opinions are countless when it comes to what works best, but there are several broadhead features that simply work. You’ll find a few of these built into the latest broadheads from Iron Will. 

Check them out in the video below…

Single Bevel

Iron Will’s new single bevel broadheads are engineered to maintain the arrow’s rotational spin through impact, resulting in a bone splitting effect and more tissue damage throughout the animal.

They have also added a single bevel bleeder (optional) which assists in this rotation, opens up holes, and increases the total tissue sliced for quick kills. Coupled with Iron Will’s A2 Tool Steel blades that stay sharp through the entire pass-through process and hard-hitting ferrules that maintain impact momentum, these single bevel heads are engineered for massive blood trails and a quick kill. 

The new Iron Will single bevel broadhead puts an even deadlier spin on one of the toughest broadheads in the business.

Built to Last

Sadly, despite the money you’ll spend on broadheads these days, many designs seem to be nearly disposable. They are one-shot wonders. You shoot them once, and regardless of whether you hit the target, or the dirt beneath it, you can bet that broadhead is flawed or destroyed.

Iron Will broadheads are built to last. The company stands behind each broadhead with their Lifetime Warranty. They liken their heads to your favorite hunting knife. Clean them, sharpen them back up, and oil them after the hunt and they’ll be ready to go for the next time you step into the woods.

Iron Will broadheads are a tough and solid broadhead, built to last.

Specs and Sizes

Heavy heads out front are the trend these days, and that’s just what you’ll find with the lineup from Iron Will.

These latest broadheads are available in 125, 150, 175, 200, and 225 grains, with or without the bleeder blade.

The company even offers custom engraving on the heads, adding a nice custom touch to the heads in your quiver, or given as a gift.

As you would expect with any item built to last, these broadheads come at a premium price. They are offered in a 3-pack for $99.95. 

See more on the Iron Will broadhead lineup at www.ironwilloutfitters.com


Brodie Swisher
Brodie Swisher is a world champion game caller, outdoor writer, seminar speaker and Editor for Bowhunting.com. Brodie and his family live in the Kentucky Lake area of west Tennessee.
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