New 2021 Products From Cobra Archery

By Brad KaufmannFebruary 9, 2021

LAST UPDATED: March 18th, 2021

Cobra Archery has joined 2 new categories for 2021. After being in the release game for the past few years, they’ve jumped into the broadhead and bow sight game.

Let’s first take a look at their newest upgrades to their Harvester thumb release…

Harvester Thumb Release - 4th Finger

Cobra Archery has added a 4th finger upgrade to their Harvester release. With the simple loosening of a set screw, you can use the release with two, three, or now four fingers. Pair this upgrade with their patented Unified Trigger System, and you’ve got one of the most customizable thumb releases available.

The release plus lanyard and 4th finger addition costs $199.99 and can be found at their website –

Radius 5-Pin Sight

A great new addition to the Cobra Archery repertoire, is the Radius 5-pin sight. Built with their patent-pending Radius Technology, one screw simultaneously adjusts all pins into proper arrow trajectory. All you have to do is sight in the top pin for 20 yards, then sight in any other pin and the Radius Technology automatically sets the remaining pins for the proper distances.

This sight comes with .019″ red and green pins, costs $179.99, and can be found right here at their website –

Barbarian MXT & FXT Broadheads

The FXT and MXT are 2 new broadheads from Cobra Archery for this year. The FXT (fixed) was designed specifically for high speed bows, and hard hitting crossbows bolts. It comes in 100 grains and has a 1 1/4″ cutting diameter with a sharp trocar tip. This durable broadhead was designed with a bone splitting ferrule, and is perfectly balanced.

The MXT (mechanical) broadhead was also designed to work under high speeds and powerful shots. They use a patent pending blade retention system to hold the blades in place. It comes in 100, 125, or 150 grains. The 100 & 125 grain heads have a 1 1/2″ cutting diameter, and the 150 grain head has a 1 3/4″ cut.

The FXT comes with a price tag of $49.99 and the MXT will cost $59.99. Both broadheads can be found here –

Brad Kaufmann
Brad is a full time employee with He works behind the scenes with both the Bowhunt or Die Webshow, and many of the videos and articles that produces.
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