Crossfire Broadheads From Nap
The Nap Crossfire Broadheads have several features making them the most accurate non-expandable broadheads on the market today. The Crossfire Broadheads are extremely short which maintains arrow balance. It also has revolutionary Spin-Tabs on each of the broadheads blades and a dimpled surface like a golf ball. The dimpled surface on the broadheads blades serves to stabilize airflow over the broadheads. This leads to the spectacular way these broadheads shoot.
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Broadheads Reviews - Click Here The broadheads blades are set at an unusually broad attack angle. N.A.P. states the blade angle delivers a devastating Splash Effect upon impact... The result of these broadheads hitting big game is a cutting channel much larger than you would expect from these broadheads. These broadheads have an exclusive rotating technology allowing the arrow to continue to spin for greater penetration of the broadheads as it passes through.
Nap Crossfire broadheads have a replaceable one piece metal injected molded blade cartridge. The broadheads blades and cartridge are a solid piece of very precisely molded metal which slips over a hardened premium steel ferrule which N.A.P. states results in "No loose blades ever". The blade cartridges of these broadheads are custom molded with a 440 stainless steel.
Each of the blades on these broadheads is tapered from .027" in the front of the broadheads blade to .040" in the rear of blades to further enhance the aerodynamics and blade strength of these broadheads. Leading the way on these broadheads is New Archery Product's Trivex II Steel Point ready to split right through bone for greater arrow penetration.
To learn more about New Archery Product's Crossfire Broadheads visit www.newarchery.com
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