NAP Spitfire MAXX Crossbow 3-Blade Mechanical Broadheads - 125 GR, 4 Pack

$39.99

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Product Information:

The 125 grain Spitfire MAXX is made for use with aluminum and carbon bolts on crossbows. The patented Spring Clip Retention System keeps the blades closed during flight for maximized aerodynamics. The NAP® MAXX has a cutting diameter of 1 3/4" for massive blood trails. The NAP® Spitfire MAXX Crossbow 3-Blade 125 Grain Mechanical Broadheads have 3 deadly blades that are sharpened with the Diamize™ sharpening process.
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FEATURES:

  • NAP crossbow broadheads
  • Approved for use in all crossbows
  • For use with aluminum and carbon bolts
  • Made with Diamize™ sharpening process for razor sharp blades
  • Utilizes patented Spring Clip Retention System to keep blades closed during flight
  • Flight-tested for impressive accuracy
  • Designed to provide maximum penetration
  • Quantity: 4 pack
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SPECS:

  • Model: 60-200
  • Number of Blades: 3
  • Grain: 125
  • Cutting Diameter: 1 3/4"
Country of Origin: China
Web ID: 38353316

Customer Reviews:

Rated 4.8 out of 5 by 5 reviewers.
Rated 5 out of 5 by Great product Great product. These broadheads fly the same as my field tips. I would recommend buying them. I have seen pictures of what they do to a deer and I'm looking forward to dropping one this year September 21, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Spitfire Max Great product. Good blood trails.deer Don't go very far June 10, 2016
Rated 5 out of 5 by Through and through Great broadhead. Arrow flew straight and went right through the deer. These broadhead a will do some damage. October 10, 2015
Rated 4 out of 5 by Nap Spitfie Maxx xbow When I recieved these heads some of the blades were really hard to open, some were easy. When I disassembled them to see what the problem was I found the the bumps on the tension retainers where they sit in a hole on the blade to keep them close were flattened. It appears they were flattened during assembly. I contacted the company and waiting for a response. I suggested they send me new retaining clips. I have used NAP products all of my life and they have always been top notch. Over the years I have used over a hundred of their products. So I am sure they will take care of it. I will revise my review after they contact me. January 17, 2015
Rated 5 out of 5 by The damage from these NAP Spitefire Maxx blades are Amazing Let me start off by saying i am over 50 and i have used fixed blades since i was a kid. A few months ago my daughter brought a new Excalibur Matrix 310 and we needed new tips for the new bolts. After talking to a few buddies we decided to give these NAP's a try. I have 2 buddies that swear by them. So we brought a pack from Dicks and sited the x-bow in and hunted a few weeks later. The first trip out was to NJ to a buddies farm. (We're in Pa) and soon enuff we had a doe come into range and i tell her if she's good to take it. The bolt flies and i see the hole as soon as the broadhead opens on the deer., And then the blood flies. HOLY COW. The deer went about 50 yards and down. :) We go look at it and i can't believe the damage they did. The entrance whole looked like an exit. There was lung hanging out the entrance. WOW. The lung on the in side was trashed and the heart had a section missing and the other lung was in bad shape also. WOW again. I was sold on these Spitefires. They fly like a field tip and open right on impact as they should. NICE. If you are even thinking about trying out an expandable tip, give these a try. You won't be disappointed. ALSO> If you buy them from Dicks sporting goods you get 4 to a pack, Everyone else sells them with 3 to a pack. So got to DICKS. :) HAPPY HUNTING And if you want to see some pics, go to "TheOutdoorsmansVoice.com" Looks for some of my post and you'll see the damage. I tried to load them on here but it say's the pixelsize is too small to load. Sorry. (I'm 55project on the site) December 8, 2014
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