WASP Archery - Drone

WASP Archery - Drone
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  • Wasp Archery
  • SKU: wasp-archery-2100-2125
  • Availability: In Stock
  • $29.99

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Tags: wasp archery, broadhead, drone

 

With the Drone at the end of an arrow, bowhunters no longer have to compromise. The solid-steel ferrule of this fixed-blade broadhead allows for a reduced surface area delivering unsurpassed results in accuracy, strength and penetration. The brawny ferrule, which when combined with Wasp’s exclusive Stainless Smart Tip (SST) and legendary blades, creates The Ultimate Broadhead™.

The pressed-on tip, always aligned with the blades, roars through bone and cartilage and creates a straight-cutting path for the blades to follow, leaving devastation in the wake of its 1-1/8” cutting diameter. After shooting this accurate fixed-blade broadhead, you just might be saying, "I wish my field tips were as accurate as my Drone."

Comes in a 3-pack that includes 2 sets of replacement blades.


Stainless Smart Tip

The edges of the SST tip line up with each blade and paves the way through bone and tissue, creating pathways for the blades to follow, resulting in better penetration. Not held together by tiny screws or pins, but pressed onto the ferrule, it will never come off or out of alignment. It’s one Smart tip!


Solid Steel Ferrule

Utilizing solid steel ferrules not only increases strength, but also allows us to reduce the surface area of the broadhead to improve flight. It’s aerodynamics 101: reduced surface area = fewer wind plane issues.


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.


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.

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