With Bowhunting Broadheads, Hybrids Deserve a Critical Look

With Bowhunting Broadheads, Hybrids Deserve a Critical Look

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Hybrid broadheads truly give you the best of both worlds, but should be used with these caveats in mind to avoid disappointments.

We might have stopped broadhead development with New Archery Products’ Thunderhead and continued cleanly tagging white- tailed deer for all eternity. But man is forever seeking the better mousetrap — from Rocket’s first mechanicals to present-day Rage Hypodermics, and more recently, a proliferation of hybrid broadhead designs. By hybrid we’re looking at a broadhead with fixed cutting edges, offset by deployable mechanical blades.

The concept isn’t new, as I recall a Carbon Express design as early as the 1990s (FirstCut), but has really…



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