New Archery Products Spitfire 3-Blade Mechanical Broadhead
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Reviewed by: Mark
Available at BassPro.com
If I am going to shoot a mechanical broadhead at deer the Spitfires would be my choice. I have seen the spitfire do its job more than once. It makes a good size hole with a good blood trail to follow and needed very little adjustment from the way my arrows flew with a field point. The only down side was that in every instance at least 1 blade was broken off.
I am still more confident shooting a fixed blade because I know what I am getting and the blades do not have to open. But with that being said if I was down to the last arrow and all I had was a spitfire broadhead I would still be confident that it would get the job done.
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