Bloodsport Announces New Mechanical Broadheads

posted on January 18, 2017

Bloodsport has announced several new broadheads, including two additions to its Gravedigger line, the Extreme Night Fury, the High Voltage and the Nitefall, all of which feature mechanical, 420 stainless steel blades and weigh 100 grains. The MSRP for each model is set at 39.99.

The Gravedigger has two new models, the Extreme Chisel Tip and the Extreme Cut On Contact, or COC. These two models provide the same reliability and accuracy of the original Gravedigger, but expands the cutting diameter from 1.75- to 2.25-inches.

The Extreme Night Fury takes the original Night Fury, and makes it a 2.25-inch cutting area rather than the 1.875-inch diameter of the original Night Fury.

The High Voltage might only provide 2 inches of cutting diameter, but it has an integrated chisel tip and utilizes a 416 hardened steel ferrule, rather than the 7075 Aluminum ferrule the others are built around.

Lastly, the Nitefall gives a 2-inch cutting diameter with a 1 cutting diameter with the main blade, as well as an integrated chisel tip, just like the High Voltage.

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