With hundreds of bowhunting manufacturers and dealers converging on one location for the Archery Trade Association (ATA) Show in January, you never really know what you’re going to see. Sometimes it’s that drastic change that no one expected, and at other times it’s the slight improvement that makes all the difference.
One of the most unique introductions at the ATA Show this year was the Toxic broadhead from Flying Arrow Archery, while industry champions like Rage improved upon their classic model with the new Hypodermic. With a patent-pending shock collar and two inches of cutting diameter, the Hypodermic made a big splash at the show.
As a part of our exclusive coverage from ATA, Bowhunter brings you 10 new broadheads for 2013.
<h2>Innerloc tunable B.A.T. </h2><a href="http://www.innerloc.com/Pages/prod_bat.htm" target="_blank">Innerloc’s tunable B.A.T.</a> (Blade Alignment Technology) broadheads allow you to align your broadhead blades to your fletchings and index them identically from arrow to arrow for more consistent arrow flight. <p> The exclusive broadhead tuning system makes quick work of producing matched sets of carbon arrows, helping to tighten broadhead groups from today’s fastest compound bows. They also include Innerloc’s Center Locking System to keep blades locked tight in the ferrule even after the most punishing hits. <p> The Endure Edge blade honing process keeps cutting edges sharp all the way through the wound channel for increased hemorrhaging. New for 2013, the Deep Slice offers all of these features in a Deep Six ferrule design compatible with Easton’s Injexion arrow shafts. <p> MSRP: $40 per 3
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