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Trophy Taker Ulmer Edge Mechanical Broadheads, 100 Grain

Item # 614504
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Key Features

  • Sharp, rear-deploying blades

  • Creates massive entrance holes

  • Blades lock together when deployed

  • Blades pivot around heavy bone

  • Blades can be locked within broadhead

Our Price   $39.99

Availability: In Stock

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Product Description
Trophy Taker's new Ulmer Edge broadhead is packed full of features that expandable broadhead fans will love. The head offers true field tip accuracy due to its extremely low flight profile. Upon impact, razor sharp rear-deploying blades create devastating full-sized entrance holes for maximum penetration. Patent-pending blade design engages both blades together at full cutting diameter while allowing the blades to pivot around heavy bone. Also features a bone-splitting stainless steel tip, 1.5" cutting diameter, and a blade retention system that prevents accidental blade deployment in flight or in your quiver. Lock into "practice" mode to shoot into ordinary broadhead targets without damaging the blades. Three broadheads per pack.

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Trophy Taker Ulmer Edge Mechanical Broadheads, 100 Grain

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Horrible headi

By Ryan the bowhunter

from Belair, Md

About Me Expert Archer



    • Breaks Easily
    • Hard To Sharpen

    Best Uses

      Comments about Trophy Taker Ulmer Edge Mechanical Broadheads, 100 Grain:

      This broadhead flies great, but is dull and failed to deploy blades twice. I double lunged two does with complete pass throughs, but had no blood trails. Both does we're dead under 100 yards, but only found them by visual sightings. I have shot dozens of heads and by far these were the worst mechanical head I ever shot..

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