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3-Blade Arrow Broadheads Tips - Pack of 3 4-Blade Arrow Broadheads Tips - Pack of 3 Excalibur X-Act 100-grain Mechanical Broadhead - 3/Pack
3-Blade Crossbow Arrow Broadheads - 3/Pack
Our Price: $9.99
Sale Price: $5.99
4-Blade Broadhead Tips for Hunting Crossbow Arrows - 3/Pack
List Price: $19.99
Our Price: $11.99
Sale Price: $7.99
Features:
- Grain: 125G
- Blade Type: 3-Blade
Features:
- Grain: 100G
- Blade Type: 4-Blade
Features:
- Pack Size: 3/pk.
- Weight: 100 gr.
- Diameter: 1 7/16 in
Excalibur BoltCutter Broadhead Replacement Blades - 18/Pack Wasp Broadhead Bullet 100 Grain Magnus Stinger Fixed 2-Blade Broadheads - 3/Pack
Features:
- Weight: 150 Grains
- Material: High-strength stainless steel
Features:
- Pack Size: 3/pk.
- Weight: 100 Grain
Features:
- Weight: 100 or 125 Grains
- Blade Type: 2-Blade
- Broadhead Type: Fixed Blade
Magnus Stinger Fixed 4-Blade Broadhead - 3/Pack Magnus Stinger Buzzcut Fixed 2-Blade Broadheads Magnus Stinger Buzzcut Fixed 4-Blade Broadheads
Features:
- Weight: 80, 100, 125 or 150 Grains
- Blade Type: 4-Blade
- Broadhead Type: Fixed Blade
Features:
- Weight: 85, 100 or 125 Grains
- Blade Type: 2-Blade
- Broadhead Type: Fixed Blade
Features:
- Weight: 85, 100, 125 or 150 Grains
- Blade Type: 4-Blade
- Broadhead Type: Fixed Blade
Parker Crosspro 100FX Broadheads Magnus Stinger Killer Bee Broadhead - 2 Blade 3/pack Magnus Stinger Killer Bee Broadhead - 4 Blade 3/Pack
Features:
- Weight: 100 Grain
- Cutting Diameter: 1 1/8"
Features:
- Available: 100, 125 Grains
- 2 1/8" X  1 1/16"
Features:
- Available: 100, 125 Grains
- 2 1/8" X  1 1/16"
Magnus Stinger Killer Bee Buzzcut Broadhead - 2 Blade 3/Pack Magnus Stinger Killer Bee Buzzcut Broadhead - 4 Blade 3/Pack Magnus Stainless Steel Snuffer 3 Pack
Features:
- Available: 100, 125 Grains
- 2 1/8" X 1 1/16"
Features:
- Available: 100, 125 Grains
- 2 1/8" X 1 1/16"
Features:
- Razor-sharp stainless steel
- Lifetime replacement guarantee
- Available: 85, 100, 125 Grains
   
 

Types of Crossbow Broadheads

If you are a serious hunter, you will need these broadheads to take down big game. There are two main types of crossbow broadheads:

  • Fixed–Blade Broadheads – Fixed-blade points are the foundation of the broadhead market with more models offered in this style than any other—and more hunters using them. It usually consists of 2 to 4 sided broadhead with fixed blades. Used until dull. They are the most common among hunters, and you may have seen them used in medieval themed movies.
  • Replaceable-Blade Broadheads – The blades on these broadheads are removable and can be changed out once they become dull. These broadheads look and work like fixed blade broadheads.
  • Mechanicals Broadheads – Tipped with a solid, power-transferring point, mechanical blades remain closed until striking the target, at which point they deploy to create a wide wound channel. They utilize a design that pushes and opens blades from the rear of the broadhead this ensures blades are open upon initial penetration.
  • Hybrid Fixed Blade Broadheads - Combination of fixed-blade and mechanical-blade. For example, Ramcat Broadheads.
  • How To Choose The Crossbow Broadheads

    All broadheads are suitable for hunting, but choosing the right type depends on which crossbow you have and your intended target. There is no “rule of thumb” when it comes to choosing the right crossbow broadheads, and you will get different opinions from hunters. However, there are some obvious reasons to why a certain broadhead will work be better than another in certain instances and for different targets. Fixed broadheads, for example, a can be used for large and small game but you would used different grains. You should use 100 to 125 grain broadheads for dear but for moose and other large game you use 300 grain broadheads. Mechanical broadheads, as stated earlier, fly better but have less penetration when reaching and hitting their intended target as they use some of the kinetic energy in the arrow to deploy their blades.

    Choosing the correct broadhead is not as easy as it seems. However, knowing some technical aspects of your equipment can definitely help you reach your hunting goals. Your crossbow’s brand and draw weight should be your first consideration then your intended target. Of course, the experience of your fellow hunters will also be helpful in choosing the right crossbow broadheads, so don’t be afraid to ask!