2019 ATA Show: 30 of the Best Broadheads for This Season

Which of These Is Your Favorite?

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Allen Velox FS

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1 | Allen Velox FS

This new broadhead has a (stainless-steel) ferrule locking system and features the Accu Flight System. It’s a fixed, three-blade broadhead with 1 3/8-inch cutting diameter. The stainless-steel blades are razor sharp and .032-inch thick with an over-shaft wing design. The tip is hardened steel and this thing is sure to hold up to the madness you put it through.

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MSRP: Unknown

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Allen Bloodrush Hybrid Broadhead

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2 | Allen Bloodrush Hybrid Broadhead

This head might have a crazy design, but it works. It produces devastating cuts and gets great penetration. Its twisted ferrule promotes larger blood trails. The hyper trauma blood ports increase hemorrhaging, which increases blood loss. The band and locking collar hold the blade closed for better accuracy and flight. Simply push the band over the blades before use. Then the blades will open on contact. This model has a 1 3/8-inch cutting diameter and weighs 100 grains.

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MSRP: $34.99

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Allen Torrent Crossbow Broadhead

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3 | Allen Torrent Crossbow Broadhead

This little broadhead is designed specifically for crossbows. It has a 1 3/16-inch cutting diameter, weighs 100 grains and sports the chisel tip design. It has an increased ferrule diameter to match crossbow bolts, an integrated blade-locking nut and 1-degree right offset blades to help induce spin. Each of these features help improve overall accuracy.

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MSRP: $17.99

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Allen Metalhead Four-Blade Broadhead

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4 | Allen Metalhead Four-Blade Broadhead

The Metalhead from Allen is a four-blade option with Molten Metal technology. It weighs 100 grains and has a 1 1/8-inch cutting diameter. It incorporates a cut-on-contact tip for increased penetration, a one-piece solid-steel ferrule and .031-inch-thick stainless-steel blades. It’s recommended for carbon and aluminum arrows.

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MSRP: $27.99

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Magnus Black Hornet and Black Hornet Ser-Razor

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5 | Magnus Black Hornet and Black Hornet Ser-Razor

The made-in-America Magnus brand is built on toughness. They make excellent fixed-blade broadheads that work. These 100-grain, four-bladed models are made of stainless steel, come with replacement main blades and boast a lifetime guarantee.

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MSRP: $34.99-39.99

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New Archery Products (NAP) Dark Knight

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6 | New Archery Products (NAP) Dark Knight

The Dark Knight from New Archery Products (NAP) is a hybrid-mechanical broadhead that features a pivoting main blade and two mechanical bleeder blades. It’s designed for maximum penetration (deflecting around dense bone to increase penetration depth). This product comes in a pack of three and in 100- or 125-grain varieties. They have a cutting diameter of 1 ¾ inches.

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MSRP: Unknown

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New Archery Products (NAP) Spitfire 450

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7 | New Archery Products (NAP) Spitfire 450

The NAP Spitfire is a broadhead that’s long been a leader in the industry. The Spitfire 450 does a great job of staying closed (and opening up) right when you want it to. In fact, that’s where it gets its name, it stays closed during flight up to 450 fps, yet opens up when you need it to. Designed for crossbows, it comes in a three-pack, and weighs 100 grains.

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MSRP: Unknown

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TruGlo BackFlip Mechanical Two-Blade

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8 | TruGlo BackFlip Mechanical Two-Blade

This 100-grain broadhead from TruGlo is all the rage. These Titanium X precision broadheads offer the superior flight and damage that large two-blade broadheads typically do. Their reverse-opening blades deploy just as the titanium TruCut tip enters the hide. It utilizes a grade-5, CNC-Machined, one-piece titanium ferrule. The blades are stainless steel, are .031 inches thick, and offer a 1 ¾-inch cutting diameter.

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MSRP: $42.08

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TruGlo BackFlip Mechanical Three-Blade

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9 | TruGlo BackFlip Mechanical Three-Blade

This 100-grain broadhead from TruGlo is all the rage, too. These Titanium X precision broadheads also offer the superior flight and damage that large three-blade broadheads are known for. Their reverse-opening blades deploy just as the titanium TruCut tip enters the hide. It utilizes a grade-5, CNC-Machined, one-piece titanium ferrule. The blades are stainless steel, are .031 inches thick, and offer a 1 ½-inch cutting diameter. It comes with replacement blades.

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MSRP: Unknown

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BloodSport Deadline

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10 | BloodSport Deadline

Need a new crossbow broadhead? Made with a 7075 aircraft aluminum ferrule, the new deadline from BloodSport is a solid way to go. It’s been tested to 500 fps, has a 2-inch cut and weighs 100 grains. It requires up to 80 percent less force for blades to deploy than many other crossbow heads on the market. It also has the bone-splitting chisel tip, an industry-leading .040-inch-thick blades, no rubber bands or O-rings and a streamlined design for reduced drag.

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MSRP: Unknown

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BloodSport GraveDigger

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11 | BloodSport GraveDigger

BloodSport also has the GraveDigger (vertical and crossbow compatible) on shelves for 2019. It too features the Blade Retention system and a fail-proof hybrid mechanical design. It has both 1- and 1 ¾-inch cutting blades to improve performance. This model weighs 100 grains.

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MSRP: $34.99

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Rage Hypodermic No Collar

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12 | Rage Hypodermic No Collar

A fan of the Rage Hypodermic but not the collar? Now it no longer has one and locks without it. The two-blade, 100-grain head performs well and has a 2-inch cutting diameter. It produces extreme entry wounds and massive blood trails. Its streamlined ferrule design is made of steel construction and the blades are made with .035-inch stainless-steel blades.

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MSRP: Unknown

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Muzzy One

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13 | Muzzy One

This might have been one of the most interesting broadheads at the ATA Show. It’s machined from one solid piece of stainless-steel material. It is a 100-grain, three-blade head with a 1 1/8-inch cutting diameter. The blades are .046 inches thick and business end is a hybrid chisel-style cut-on-contact tip. This broadhead takes toughness to the next level.

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MSRP: Unknown

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Muzzy X Four-Blade

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14 | Muzzy X Four-Blade

The four-blade X from Muzzy is impressive, but for a different reason. The cutting diameter is a whopping 2 5/8 inches. That’s huge. Beyond that, blades are .035-inches thick. It also features a chisel tip, aluminum ferrule and is only ¾ inches during flight. Lastly, it’s 100-grain in weight, operates with four blades and packs a Muzzy-style punch.

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MSRP: Unknown

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Rocky Mountain First Cut X Crossbow Broadhead

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15 | Rocky Mountain First Cut X Crossbow Broadhead

This 100-grain cut-on-contact tip is designed to work with modern crossbow equipment. As the company claims, its “rock-solid dependability” is the reputation this product stands on. Two of the blades on this head have a combined ¾ cutting diameter and the two primary blades offer a 1 1/8-inch total punch. It also has a 22/64-inch ferrule diameter for proper bolt alignment. This head is compatible with standard inserts.

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MSRP: Unknown

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Rocky Mountain Switchblade Expandable

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16 | Rocky Mountain Switchblade Expandable

This 100-grain, four-blade option is solid. It cuts on contact and offers up field-point accuracy with 7/8-inch and 2-inch cutting diameters. Blades are .035 inches thick. It’s pretty much like chucking a tomahawk at a deer except with prevision accuracy. The blade-retention system on this head is reliable and the ferrule is crafted with aircraft-grade material.

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MSRP: Unknown

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Wac Em Steel Slip Cam Broadhead

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17 | Wac Em Steel Slip Cam Broadhead

This new, made-in-America broadhead is 100 grains and offers a massive 2 5/8-inch cutting diameter. It has .050-inch thick fixed and .035-inch-thick rear-deploying blades. It comes in a pack of three with a free Nocturnal lighted nock.

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MSRP: Unknown

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Wac Em Steel Hybrid Crossbow Broadhead

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18 | Wac Em Steel Hybrid Crossbow Broadhead

The Steel Hybrid for crossbows looks like a dadgum meat grinder. There are blades going everywhere on this thing. We like that as long as the durability is there. Regarding specs, it’s 100 grains in weight, has a 2 5/8-inch cut, and has .050-inch thick fixed and .035-inch-thick rear-deploying blades. It comes in a pack of three.

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MSRP: Unknown

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Radical Archery Designs MadMan HPV 100 Series

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19 | Radical Archery Designs MadMan HPV 100 Series

This is a cool new four-blade broadhead from a lesser-known company. But they make solid products. The MadMan HPV 100 series has a 1 3/16-inch cutting diameter as a fixed-blade head, and has .030-inch-thick blades. The head weighs 125 grains and comes with extra replacement blades. The double-scalloped point is unique in nature and improves penetration.

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MSRP: Unknown

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Exodus Deep Six

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20 | Exodus Deep Six

The new Deep Six from Exodus offers a steep cutting angle. It uses heavy-duty SST material, Precision Spin Technology and Blade Over Shaft Technology. It features replaceable blades, a rock-buster SST tip and 100-percent stainless steel. It has .040-inch-thick blades that offer a 1 ¼-inch cutting diameter. It comes in a pack of three.

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MSRP: $39.99

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Strickland Archery Helix

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21 | Strickland Archery Helix

This broadhead leaves devastating wound channels, cuts through bone with great penetration, and flies true from point A to B. It comes in six different weights, two bevel sizes and multiple thread sizes. Overall, this fixed blade is built rugged.

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MSRP: $59.95

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Dead Ringer Hatchet

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22 | Dead Ringer Hatchet

This 100-grain, two-blade, rear-deploying blade offers a massive 2-inch cut. It’s almost like . . . throwing a hatchet through them. Hence the name. It has a lot of neat features, though. Its carbon steel is coated with black nickel and it comes with a durable chisel tip. It comes in a pack of three.

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MSRP: Unknown

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Dead Ringer Pump Station Disconnect (PSD)

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23 | Dead Ringer Pump Station Disconnect (PSD)

The new PSD sports durable steel construction, cut-on-contact penetration and a two-blade design with a  1 1/8-inch cutting diameter. It comes in either 100- or 125-grain weight options. It also has a brass alignment collar than you can remove to make it 100 grains instead of 125. That’s a standout feature in and of itself.

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MSRP: Unknown

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Wasp Havalon HV

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24 | Wasp Havalon HV

This is another option we’re really excited about. Wasp and Havalon partnered to create the ultimate fixed-blade broadhead. The 100-grain Havalon HV has a .035-inch thickness and a 1 3/16-inch cutting diameter. Overall, it combines the technologies by both Wasp and Havalon — including the Stainless Smart Tip (SST) — to create this new product.

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MSRP: $44.99

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Swhacker Levi Morgan Signature Series #261

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25 | Swhacker Levi Morgan Signature Series #261

The #261 is part of the Levi Morgan Signature Series by Swhacker. This 100-grain model has a 2-inch cut. It comes in a three pack with one practice head and six replacement bands. The blades are stainless steel, .032 inches thick and are arched for better performance.

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MSRP: $44.95

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Swhacker Levi Morgan Signature Series #262

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26 | Swhacker Levi Morgan Signature Series #262

The #262 is a nice, compact expandable head. It’s 1 inch during flight and 1 ¼ inches upon impact. It comes in a pack of three with one practice head and six replacement bands. It features the aircraft aluminum ferrule weighs approximately 100 grains.

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MSRP: $49.95

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Swat Vector

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27 | Swat Vector

Once again, we have another great broadhead that’s new for 2019. This model is made from 7075-T6 (7 series) aluminum that’s supposed to be both lighter and stronger than titanium and also incorporates 440C stainless-steel tip blades. The x-out tip is rated to be as strong as a chisel tip. Plus, the Vector is fully micro adjustable for cutting diameter and blade angle from 1 inch to 1 ¾ inches. This model is crossbow approved.

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MSRP: Unknown

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Swat Hybrid

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28 | Swat Hybrid

The new Hybrid from Swat is a fixed-blade broadhead that converts to a mechanical one. The one-piece ferrule is constructed from hardened stainless steel and the.036-inch-thick blades are made of 420 stainless steel. The cutting diameter expands to 2 ¼ inches, weighs 100 grains and is crossbow compatible.

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MSRP: Unknown

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Slick Trick RaptorTrick

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29 | Slick Trick RaptorTrick

The 100-grain RaptorTrick is another solid option. It has .035-inch-thick blades that provide a 2-inch cut. The ferrule is crafted with stainless steel, a four-edge tip, and a stainless-steel pin blade lock. It’s definitely a tough broadhead.

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MSRP: $47.99

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Sik SK2

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30 | Sik SK2

We’re saving the biggest-cutting broadhead for last. The new rear-deploying Sik has a 2-inch offset entry wound and a 3.625-inch total cutting surface. It’s guaranteed to open on contact, implements the signature offset design and provides field-point accuracy. It also has the patented FliteLoc technology.

Learn more here.

MSRP: $49.99

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Broadheads and bows make the bowhunting world go ‘round. This year, there are a lot of new options in both categories — especially with broadheads. Here are 30 of the best new options for 2019.