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Rocket Buckblaster 3-Blade Mechanical Broadheads - 3 Pack

Rocket Buckblaster 3-Blade Mechanical Broadheads - 3 Pack - Dick's Sporting Goods
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Product Information:

The Rocket ® Buckblaster ® 3-Blade broadhead is designed for bows with higher draw weights (70 lb or above). This broadhead is available in two configurations, both delivering lethal results. The Buckblaster ® can be use as a 100 grain expandable head or you can add the included 3-fixed blade turning it into a 125 grain broadhead.
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  • Designed for bow with higher draw weights (70 lb and above)
  • Available in two configurations (expandable 100 grain or fixed blade 125 grain)
  • 3-blade
  • 125 grain
  • Cutting Diameter: 2 3/4"
  • 3-pack
  • Model: AT125BB
  • Rocket Broadheads
Country of Origin: Imported
Web ID: 12863761

Customer Reviews:

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Rocket Buckblaster 3-Blade Mechanical Broadhead Review The Buckblaster broadhead can do a lot of damage up close (under 20 yards). I found it lost significant accuracy the farther you went out. As I want my effective range to be at least 40 yards I would not personally use this in my field arsenal. That said, it's a lot of fun on pumpkins. October 1, 2013
WOW Used these broadheads for 1st time this season. Removed the fixed blades for a 100 grain full mechanical. Took 2 deer, one at 25 yds and another at 40+ with devistating affects. They fly true, hit hard, expand nicely with massive wound problem is.....they are a one deer broadhead. If you hit a single rib let alone a scapula....the blades are toast. They are still sharp but they will be bent and will not fly true. Would recommend if you're cool with replacing blades after each shot. November 18, 2012
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