NAP Introduces the Spitfire DoubleCross Broadhead

Forest Park, IL- New Archery Products, the industry leader in broadheads and archery accessories, introduces the New Spitfire DoubleCross broadhead that delivers three devastating inches of cutting trauma.

The American-made Spitfire DoubleCross is a 100-grain broadhead that integrates four, no-fail blades with two-stage blade deployment. Spitfire’s bulletproof design keeps the blades closed in flight and only open on impact, no matter how fast the arrow is traveling. The front deploying “stage one” main blades boast a massive 1-7/8” cutting diameter while the rear deploying “stage two” ‘bleeder’ blades feature a 1-1/18” cutting diameter. The DoubleCross cuts vertically and horizontally, regardless of the angle of impact, delivering better entrance and exit wound channels and increased blood trails. The trophy tip delivers bone-splitting penetration.

NAP's proven blade retention system ensures the blades of the Spitfire DoubleCross will not open in flight, however they expand to deliver over 3" of total cutting surface upon impact.

NAP’s proven blade retention system ensures the blades of the Spitfire DoubleCross will not open in flight, however they expand to deliver over 3″ of total cutting surface upon impact.

The Spitfire DoubleCross is designed with high quality components to withstand impact and deliver maximum penetration and greater pass-through performance. These durable broadheads are approved for use with the fastest bows and crossbows on the market and are flight-tested for field point accuracy.

Spitfire DoubleCross Specs:

  • 100 Grains multi-mechanical
  • Two-stage blade deployment
  • Front deploy main blades and rear deploy bleeder blades- all in one
  • 1-7/8″ massive main blade cut diameter
  • 1-1/8″ secondary Bleeder Blade cut diameter
  • 3” overall cutting trauma
  • Bone Splitting NAP Trophy Tip
  • Legendary NAP Spitfire blade retention technology, blades will never open in flight
  • No O-rings or rubber bands needed
  • Approved for the fastest crossbows available
  • Laser accurate, even at crossbow speeds
  • Super durable for large game animals
  • Ultra sharp .030 thick main blades and .027 thick bleeder blades
  • MSRP: $39.99 (3-pack)

Click here to learn more about the new Spitfire DoubleCross


  1. DustinWA says:

    Where can you pick these up or are they not released yet?

  2. Randy Satterlee says:

    i have purchased 2 packs of 3 each Spitfire Doublecross 100 Grain hunting tip. the 1st i purchased last year (2016) and it is the 60-086 then started reading that it was for “BOWS” so, I then purchased this year (2017) the 60-087 as i have read they are for “Crossbow’s”. they look identical. so please tell me what is the difference. i switched from Rage with having the biggest buck of my life run, run, run away after being smacked hard with the Rage Crossbow X 125 grain with 2 blade and 2″ cut. i tracked it for 3 partial days and never found it even with gobs of blood. so back to original question, what is the difference in the 60086 and the 60087. and i use the Barnett Quad 400.

    • The spring clips that hold the blades closed on the crossbow version are a tad bit tigther. This way they don’t open in flight. Other than that they’re identical.

      • Randy Satterlee says:

        this is what the company sent to me by e=mail. All the DoubleCross have the heavier spring clip in the Spitfire Bleeders. A long time ago, Engineering found that the stronger clip worked great for cross bows as well as compounds. We had big stores wanting verbiage that stated Crossbow on them separate from Compounds…so the are identical now.

        thanks Justin Zarr. but now i have or will have 2 sets of 3 heads after the one that has “crossbow” stamped on it.

  3. Ralph Galbraith says:

    Are they legal in Pennsylvania?

  4. Randy Satterlee says:

    yes they are


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