Bow Hunting- NAP Crossfire 100 Sets New Standards for Broadheads!
Imagine a new ultra-accurate, stronger, better-penetrating broadhead that’s so packed with features and benefits that it’s already setting new standards for all broadheads. That new broadhead is the 100-grain NAP Crossfire. The soul of the new NAP Crossfire is a replaceable, one-piece metal-injection-molded blade-cartridge. The blades and the cartridge are one solid piece of very precisely molded metal which slips over a hardened premium steel ferrule. No loose blades ever!
The blade-cartridge is custom molded with a specially-formulated 440 stainless steel, then hardened and tempered for strength and edge-holding ability. Each blade in the cartridge is tapered from .027” in the front to .040” in the back to further enhance broadhead aerodynamics and blade strength.
At the front of the new Crossfire, NAP’s new six-sided Trivex II steel point is ready to split straight through bone.
The NAP Crossfire has several features which make it the most accurate, non-expandable broadhead available today. To begin with, the Crossfire is ultra-short, which preserves arrow balance. It also sports revolutionary Spin-Tabs on each blade and a dimpled cartridge surface. The unique Spin-Tabs add to arrow spin and that improves in-flight stability and resulting accuracy. The dimpled (much like a golf ball) surface of the cartridge serves to super-stabilize airflow over the broadhead, and that too adds to the remarkable way this broadhead shoots.
The Crossfire’s three deadly blades are set at an unusually broad attack angle. That blade angle delivers a devastating “splash effect” upon impact with big game, resulting in a cut channel significantly larger than might otherwise be expected.
On top of that, the Crossfire’s exclusive rotating technology is designed to enhance penetration by allowing the arrow to continue to spin at it passes completely through the animal.
The extraordinary strong, accurate and effective NAP Crossfire is carving out new and higher standards for broadheads.
For more information, or to simply equip your arrows with the new standard in broadheads, see your favorite New Archery Products retailer. Additional information can also be found at www.newarchery.com.
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