Deepsix 100 Grain Practice Broadhead
1 inch cutting diameter (3PCK)

$32.99

Our 125 Grain practice Broadheads are made from the very same material as our 100 grain broadheads and 125 grain broadheads.  The practice broadhead tips are in fact the standard broadheads without the sharpening process to offer the same great true flight, toughness, simplicity that our other products are known for.

Comes with THREE practice broadheads and one wrench applicator
125 Grain Practice Broadhead is not sharp
Ships within 5 business days of order

Description

OUR DEEPSIX 100 Grain Practice Broadhead is the only broadhead you will need!

MILLED FROM A SINGLE BAR OF STEEL AND COATED WITH BLACK OXIDE, OUR BROADHEADS ARE THE STRONGEST MOST DURABLE IN THE MARKET. MAKE YOUR NEXT SHOT WITH TOOTH OF THE ARROW BROADHEADS.

Specifications For DEEPSIX 100 Grain Practice Broadhead

SPECIFICATIONS FOR TOOTH OF THE ARROW STANDARD BROADHEADS

Weights 100 grain
Cutting diameter 1 inch
Number of blades 4
Material 11L41
Heat Treat Through hardened to Rc45
Plating Black Oxide
Angle of cutting edge 45 Degrees (included)
Penetrating Point Chisel point design
Weight Location 85% within the diameter
of the arrow shaft
Profile Low profile design (more aerodynamic)
Unique Features One-piece construction (Blades and body are machined from one solid bar of steel)
Country of Origin 100% U.S. made in our facility

Our DEEPSIX 100 Grain Practice Broadhead is milled from a single bar stock. There are no blades to assemble, no tiny screws to get lost. The only tool you will need is sent in our 3 packs a handy plastic sheath to protect your hands from the extremely sharp and hardened steel. The broadhead 85 grain practice is structurally just as sound and sturdy as its counterpart the broadhead 100 grain. The one inch cutting diameter ensures an accurate flight with a rock solid deadly impact. Some archers have even noted; “The broadhead blew straight through their prey, bounced of a rock, and the never had to replace the broadhead!” With reviews like this, can you afford not to own Tooth of The Arrow broadheads?