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New Archery Products BloodRunner 2 Blade Deep Six Series Expandable Broadheads

New Archery Products BloodRunner 2 Blade Deep Six Series Expandable Broadheads

Rear-deploying. Deep Six Technology. Massive 2-1/16" cut diameter. Better blood trails and quicker recoveries. Slim, tough ferrule increases accuracy and penetration. This rear-deployer features a massive 2-1/16" cut diameter for better blood trails and quicker recoveries. Slim, tough ferrule increases accuracy and penetration—and now with Deep Six, you can use it on your smallest-diameter arrows!Deep Six Stainless Steel Insert System:Stronger More Precise Inserts. Conventional broadheads tend to rattle loose, but Deep Six provides 25% more thread engagement to keep points secure—and stainless steel is 65% stronger than aluminum. Focused Front-of-Center (F.F.O.C.). Higher density steel moves weight forward for genuine increases in penetration and appreciably increased accuracy. Boat tail Optimization & Over. Bore. Deep Six-approved broadheads taper to match shaft diameter for less friction and drag during flight and penetration. They allow micro-diameter shafts to track behind the broadhead ferrules for cleaner, friction-reduced pass-thrus, therefore better blood trails.Manufacturer model

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I have amassed a long list of products requiring my attention. The first is the new 2017 Jeep Cherokee. I suppose it falls under the category of outdoor gear. I traded in the Subaru Crosstrek for it in order to get more horsepower out of this v6 Pentastar engine model. It certainly has more horsepower, at the expense of gas mileage of course. I've had some undiagnosed issues with the transmission but Jeep has been very responsive in trying to get the issue solved. Other than that, I like the look of the vehicle more from the front than the back, interior options which are standard on most SUV's are not standard with the new Cherokee, for example, a backup camera and automatic headlights. Other than that I think it's a capable semi-offroad vehicle. The Trailhawk model is of course trail rated with it's extra inch of ground clearance, better crawl ratio, true 4x4 low, and tow hooks. I'll have a more detailed review of it shortly.


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