Two-Blade Broadheads

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Powerful Two-blade Broadheads

Give yourself a true advantage on the hunt with two-blade broadheads from DICK'S Sporting Goods.

Explore an extensive selection of two-blade broadheads from leading brands including Rage®, Dead Ringer®, NAP® and g5®. With unbeatable cutting power and highly accurate flight characteristics, two-blade broadheads are a great way to maximize your chances of bringing down a deer or other large game. You're sure to appreciate the razor-sharp blades and precise construction of these high performance cutting points. If you're looking for a new two-blade broadhead for your arrow quiver, check out the collection at DICK'S Sporting Goods today.

A two blade broadhead is an excellent choice for hunting a wide variety of game. To find the right broadhead for your next hunting trip, you'll need to consider several factors, including the type of arrow you will be using and the type of game you are after. The following tips can help you make your decision:

  • Two-blade broadheads are available in multiple weights. 100-grain broadheads are a popular choice for use with lighter arrow shafts, while 125-grain broadheads are recommended for heavier arrows.
  • If you are hunting larger game, consider using a broadhead with a relatively small cutting diameter, as this often improves arrow penetration.
  • Today's two-blade broadheads feature strong cutting blades with expertly sharpened edges that deliver deep penetration and create large blood trails for faster kills. For optimal performance, inspect your broadhead blades before each use and ensure that the blades are sharp and free from nicks or dents. If your blades appear to be dull, use a sharpening kit to restore a keen edge. If your blades are damaged, many broadheads feature replaceable blades that can be swapped out with a minimum of effort.
  • The laws governing mechanical broadhead use vary from state to state. Double-check the laws in your state before you begin your hunting expedition.