NAP Killzone Swingfire Crossbow Broadhead

Modern crossbows are blazing fast, but the new NAP Killzone Swingfire Crossbow Broadhead will remain closed in flight and then deploy without fail upon impact.

NAP Killzone Swingfire Crossbow Broadhead

During flight, the NAP Killzone Swingfire Crossbow Broadhead looks similar to a fixed-blade broadhead (left). Upon impact, the front cutting surfaces slide in toward the ferrule, causing the rear cutting surfaces to spread, resulting a cutting diameter of 2 inches (right).

Inspired by the Killzone Slingblade and Spitfire DoubleCross, and field-tested with pinpoint accuracy at 450 fps, New Archery Product’s 100-grain Killzone Swingfire Crossbow Broadhead is designed to always remained closed in flight and instantly deploy upon contact — ensuring optimal terminal performance. 

An innovative expandable design independently shifts four different and opposing cutting surfaces to reduce friction and drag, creating less resistance for improved penetration. The Swingfire’s durable Diamize blades open to a cutting diameter of 2 inches for a gaping wound channel and massive blood trail. Its ferrule comes tipped with a cut-on-contact Trophy Tip, a hardened carbon-steel tip that delivers deep penetration through bone, hide and tissue. MSRP: $39.99 (pack of three). Contact: www.newarchery.com

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