Advertisement

New Broadheads for 2020

From fixed blade to mechanical, these are the top new broadheads debuting at the 2020 ATA Show.

New Broadheads for 2020
Ravin Broadheads (Emily Kantner photo)

Ravin Broadheads

Ravin Steel Broadhead

A proven leader in crossbow design and speed, Ravin expands its already impressive archery foot-print as they jump into the broadhead arena this year. Simply branded Aluminum, Steel and Titanium, these 100-grain rear deploying mechanical broadheads deliver a devastating 2-inch cut upon impact. Delivering accuracy you’d expect from Ravin, these broadheads are engineered with an internal spring clip that holds the blades closed while in flight—even the fastest crossbow can’t force them loose—but upon impact the blades seamlessly slide into place without fail. The Aluminum model features a 7075-T6 ferrule and steel 12L 14 bone-splitting tip, while the 416 Steel and Grade 5 Titanium broadheads feature a single piece ferrule. Although they carry the Ravin Cross-bow brand, they are effective from any crossbow.

Swhacker #269

Swhacker #269

Last year Swhacker teamed up with renowned archer Levi Morgan to develop a series of both me-chanical and fixed-blade marvels, and this year they extend that relationship even deeper with the new #269. Offering the same design qualities of their popular #261, the new #269 is a beefier 125-grain version and still delivers field point accuracy its younger brother does. Its chisel tip coupled with the arched blade design slices through game with ease, and the reinforced ribbed ferrule pro-vides greater strength and rigidity. Upon impact, the sharp 1-inch wing blades cut through the hide initially and then swing the primary blades into place to deliver a 2.5-inch wound channel. It also features Swhacker’s advanced blade lock technology which locks the blades in the closed position so hunters can practice with the heads they hunt with.

Read The Full Story On Petersen's Bowhunting

Recommended Articles

Advertisement
Advertisement

Get the Newsletter. Get it all.

Subscribe today and get the latest reviews, tips, recipes and more.

Sign Me Up