Swhacker Broadheads 125Gr 3/Pk 2.25In Cut SWH00202
"Opens so fast...you can hear the Swhack!" 100 Grain Expandable 2-Blade Broadhead
- 1" in flight >>> 2.25" after penetration
- Blade: .032" thick, stainless steel, honed razor sharp
- Point: Hardened high-carbon steel
- Ferrule: Anodized aircraft aluminum
- Each set includes 3 broadheads
What makes the Swhacker broadhead different from the rest?
Our unique blade design provides you with two separate cutting edges.
The first set of edges, also known as the wing blades, are used for cutting the hide and the first set of ribs. These blades are also used to open the broadhead, and are much smaller than the main blades. They take the most punishment by cutting through the hair, dirt, hide, and bones during entry. The smaller blades take less energy to penetrate through the first side than an "open on impact" broadhead. These wing blades also provide a load bearing surface for the ferrule during impact.
The second set of edges, or the main blades do not touch anything during the initial penetration. They still have "virgin" edges when they open in the body cavity. This allows the main blades to remain razor sharp for the internal organs.
- Blade thickness .031" Stainless Steel
- 1 inch wide closed, 2 1/4 inches wide open
- Length of head from insert to tip 2.150"
- Ferrule Dia at insert .350"
- Ferrule 2024-T4 Aluminum
- Tip Hardened Steel hollow ground (threaded on)
- Screw 4-40 x .250 Grade 8 steel
- Product Specs
Manufacturer Swhacker Price $37.99 Shop By Broadheads/Points Options Accessories
Customer Reviews 4 item(s)
- it was the broad heads i killed a buck with
great broad heads
- I would recommend this broad head for successful hunts.
Great broad heads, they fly the sames as field points in my verticle bows and crossbows. If you are shooting high poundage bows and get pass throughs the Swhacker leave an easy blood trail to follow. Most of the time a deer will fall in sight whithout haveing to track it.
- Great product and price
I have used many other broad heads but the SWHACKER made a believer out of me on a slightly misplaced shot, the penetration through the bone and cartilage was massive and ultimately let me retrieve the deer that might have other wise been able to limp off!!
- Way better than my fixed broadheads
My fixed broad heads pulled to the right. These are spot on. No sight adjustments necessary. My first archery kill (yesterday) was not a perfect shot - too far back at the diaphragm, but the blades did devastating damage and the deer crumped in 100 yards. BTW/ I had reduced my bow to 48 lbs. to accommodate a rotator cuff problem and the arrow sliced a full pass-through. I'm really glad WA state allowed mechanicals this year.