WASP Archery - Jak-Knife

WASP Archery - Jak-Knife
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  • Wasp Archery
  • SKU: wasp-archery-1903-1953
  • Availability: In Stock
  • $34.99

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Tags: Jak-Knife, Wasp Archery

 

Equipped with a 2.0”+ cutting diameter, the Jak-Knife is the most reliable 2-blade mechanical broadhead on the market. The O-Ring blade retention system is a proven performer as it has been used on the Wasp Jak-Hammer – the best selling mechanical broadhead of all time. It guarantees proper deployment on every shot. Upon impact, the .036” thick blades open to a maximum cutting diameter. The Jak-Knife gives bowhunters the best of both worlds: A wide-cutting broadhead with field point accuracy and no worry of mechanical failure. And the best part of all? It’s made right here in the USA with the quality you expect from American products.

Available in 100 and 125 grains. Comes in a 3-pack.


Max Cutting Surface

Mechanical broadheads allow for more cutting surface, which equals more damage. With our all-American stainless steel blades that hold tough during penetration, you can be sure you are making the most of big-cutting broadheads.


O-Ring System

Our O-Ring System requires the least energy for deployment while offering the most reliability. Once the O-Ring deploys, the blades are allowed to release simultaneously, unlike independent blade locking systems, which require each blade to deploy independently. Made of super tough neoprene, the O-Ring material will never weather, crack or break down, even in freezing temperatures.


Field Point Accuracy

All our heads are designed to fly perfectly when shot from a well-tuned bow, but some of our heads feature a compact, reduced surface area to be more forgiving. Because let’s face it, things happen, tuning issues arise, and you still need to hit where you are aiming.


Razor Sharp Blades

In 1971, we created the first replaceable blade broadhead, and have been improving them ever since. We harden our blades to a point where we can get a razor-sharp edge while still being flexible and not brittle. This allows them to bend and not break if they have to crash through bone.

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