NAP Killzone COC Tip 2-Blade Mechanical Broadheads - 3 Pack

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NAP Killzone COC Tip 2-Blade Mechanical Broadheads - 3 Pack - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The NAP ® Killlzone 2 Blade 100 Grain Broadhead is rear-deploying and creates an impressive 2 inch cutting diameter. It uses unique spring-clip design to prevent the blade from opening in flight or in your quiver. The cut-on-contact razor tip promotes extreme cutting and penetration power.
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FEATURES:

  • Two rear deploying blades with 2 inch cutting diameter
  • Spring-clip design holds your blades closed in your quiver and in flight
  • Cut-on-contact razor tip for extreme cutting and penetration
  • Includes free practice blades
  • 2 blade
  • 100 grain
  • Cutting Diameter: 2"
  • 3 pack
  • Model: 60-996
  • New Archery Products
Country of Origin: United States
Web ID: 12685473

Customer Reviews:

Rated 4.1 out of 5 by 22 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Gtreat Product Great hunting broadhead. Shoots with my field points,and no adjustments needed. It won't deflect on angle shots. There is no clips or bands to worry about. All and all very nice design. July 16, 2012
Rated 5 out of 5 by Simply the best. Like most of the hunters out there I've tried mechanical broad heads and fixed broad heads. I've taken deer with a fixed broad head on a recurve and a mechanical broad head on a compound Bow. But for consistency , accuracy and cutting power this Nap Killzone is my "Go to", broad head. Each person has their own preference and tradition, but, I never had anyone tell me which broad head was the end all. I simply tried many different types and to me this Killzone is the best over all hunting implement for a compound bow , period. April 22, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Excellent broadhead Although I have not had more than one season's experience with this broadhead, it worked exceptionally well on both deer I shot with it. More importantly the 1 deer I did not hit very well........i recovered due to the massive wound channel that, .. I think I may not have found if I shot with a fixed blade broadhead. As far as the other comment I heard about "the blades & the screw not working after he used it on an animal already".......all mechanical broadheads should be used once, & once only on a game animal. Too much precision on a mechanical broadhead ( no matter what brand ) . We owe it to our game to spend another $10 on a brand new clean broadhead. Thats just one less lunch at Taco Bell im sure we can do without. November 27, 2012
Rated 4 out of 5 by Love these broadheads Unlike some other mainstream broadheads, which shall remain nameless, these mechanicals don't use some sort of rubber band device. The spring-clip setup works great and you don't have to replace it every time your arrow hits something. Two deer hit, two pass-throughs. Highly recommended. December 15, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by this product works very well This product works well I have kill two deer with it opens every time October 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Product works great Opens up on impact and flys like a field looks like rocket went through the deer October 15, 2014
Rated 4 out of 5 by massive blood trail Have dropped a few deer with thiese never any issue always a massive blood trail October 9, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by straight flyer Works grate with any compound that's 60 plus. Normally drops them in about 40 feet. September 24, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by Track'em down or watch them fall Opens a blind man blood trail. Only way you won't see them fall is if ur in terrible think woods and then you'll hear them crash..! September 23, 2014
Rated 5 out of 5 by better than rage killed my 8th deer today with one, 2.5 year old doe. I had to take a shot I was barley comftorble with it. it was a 40 yrd shot quartering almost exactly to me. the rason I took the shot was due to my mom in our wood hauler coming up the driveway (it is very loud) so I put my 40 yrd pin on and let it fly. she ducked into my shot and hit right on the shoulder. I saw my lumenock and I new I got poor penetration. I went back to my house for an hour and went back out to look for it. I didn't find any blood due to 1 hole. I was following tracks, she laid 80 yards dead. the hole was a nice clean hole that went through the shoulder and went through both lungs and poked a hole in the heart. this was my first time using this head on deer, and as I say with all mechanical, great doe head. I found the broadhead during gutting and it was in perfect shape. it also prolly helped I was using fmj arrows the are 10.2 grains an inch. it was a cut on impact. it didn't penetrate more than 9 inches put it got the job done. January 30, 2014
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