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This was a Spring Black Bear hunt witch took place May 21st 2010 in New Brunswick Canada. It was the first time using Thunderheads and man I was impress with the results. the 250 lbs. Boar went less than 30 yards with complete pass through tks. NAP
24.17 lb. turkey, 10-1/2" beard, 1-1/16" spurs, taken with crossbow at 11 yards in California
2010 Spring Gobbler
I shot this turkey at 20 yards with your gobbler getter last year. This was my first tom with the bow and my third turkey with gobbler getters. I shot one more gobbler later in the year and have never had a turkey make it more than ten yards.
This bear was taken in New Brunswick, Canada
Texas Gobbler shot with my Hoyt and a 100gr Gobbler Getter.
Big West Virginia Gobbler shot while filming with Gone Wild Outdoors. My Hoyt Alphamax and a 100 gr Gobbler Getter at 5 yards did the trick. 10" Beard 1 1/2" spurs.
Shot with the BloodRunner.
This waterbuck was shot with the BloodRunner.
The Eland was shot with the BloodRunner in Africa and its estimated weight was 1,800 pounds.
I harvested this 7X8 bull in the River Breaks area of Montana. My bow was set up with the NAP Sizzor rest and my Easton FMJs were equipped with 100 grain Bloodrunner heads and Twister vanes... Huge entry hole! He went down in 80 yards.
2009 Indiana Urban 9 pt.
I shot this buck on Halloween Day at 2:45pm. 40 yard shot, the buck jumped my string and the shot hit a couple inches high. The spitfire xp did it job and the 11 pointer only ran about 70 yards before collapsing. Gross score of 138.
Shot the 2nd of November on public land in Blair county PA Green scored 160 5/8
This 174" Illinois bruiser ran just 40 yards before tipping over.......HELLRAZOR!!!!
10 Pt Typical Whitetail. 2009 Wisconsin Bow Season. 100 Gr NAP Bloodrunner lays the smackdown with devasting results! The new Bloodrunner by NAP, I Believe! November 2009.
First deer. This doe went less then 20 yards after the shot.
Here is an awesome gobbler i put the whammy on, with a spitfire broahead. He sure tried to get away, but realized he just did not have it in him to run, with an inch&half hole blown thru him.
This bearded hen is my first trophy turkey with a compound bow. In my mind any critter you harvest with a stick & a string is a true trophy. Thanks again to the original spitfire.
This deer is a great example of an entry hole. Caused by the best broadhead ever made, the original spitfire. with this head, every deer I have shot, left awesome blood trails and expired with in my sight. What a feeling!!!!
I harvested this deer at twelve yards with my compound bow. My arrows equipped with the only broadhead i will shoot. The original spitfire. I have sucsessfully harvested white tails for seven years with this head. Thank you for such a great product.
my 7 pt buck taken last day of archery season 2009
Back to back Coues is awesome!! Here is another one along with the other I sent on Dec 20th 2009 from the same stand!! Thunderheads are still the go to for me...This was my Jan 4th 2010 deer...keep up the great work and products!!
2006 Illinois archery. 289 lb. 9 point.2009 Illinois archery. 154 inch 13 point.
Shot novemeber 2nd 2009 with PSE Bruin bow 12 Pt Green Scores 160 5/8 SHOT IN PA ON PUBLIC LAND
My 09 Christmas Coues,not quite the world record of last year,but he is still a keeper and should make book..the 100 grain Thunderheads did the job and he only went 35 yards!! Keep up the great work and the loyalty says something,awesome stuff.
I harvested this buck September of 2009 with a 100 gr Hell Razor. I was able to spot and stalk the buck within 35yds and make a one shot kill. Was very impressed with the broadhead.
These are 2 deer I harvested on Novemeber 9th. One is on November 9th 2006, the other is November 9th 2009. Both deer expired within 50 yards and within sight after being struck by arrows tipped with a Thunderhead broadhead.
Oct. 19 2009. 85gr. spitfire from a Matthews monster. Broadhead centered the shoulder on exit with only a slight bend in one of the blades. After 25 + kills with the spitfire I have never lost a deer and I can generally reuse the broadhead.
Bull moose from Perrault Falls, Ontario ...shot in 2009 again with thunerhead 125s and easton 2213 xx75 arrows
Bull Moose from Perrault Falls, ontario. Fall of 2007 shot with thunderhead 125 and xx75 arrows 2213
This is the buck I got this year once again using spitfire xp pro's thanks for an awesome head
150"+ 205lb buck was taken with a NAP Crossfire
Montana Muley. This was my first western hunt & it was a wonderful trip.
159" Kansas buck 2009
Within 5 minutes of rattling the BIG 14 pointer appeared along the corn field. The hair on his back was raised as he circled my blind headed in my deer decoys direction. As this monster buck stepped into my shooting lane I released the arrow.
I shot this buck opening morning of the michigan archery season at 12 yard with a shockwave and it passed through both shoulders and burried in the ground the broadhead was still fully in tacked after taking all that bone thats awesome
I tried out the new NAP Blood Runners this season! 174 inches later here lies the biggest buck I've ever harvested. Thanks NAP! These broadheads are for real.
seven point 141inch iowa deer public land used Quickfletch it worked great iwill use them every time i go out.
11-06-09 NAP spitfire
This is the the second time I have ever been hunting and this is the the first deer I have ever shot. I used the Thunderhead Broadheads. As you can see in the picture. The broadheads left a massive blood trail. Thanks for a amazing product.
I took this buck 10/31/09 with a Spitfire Maxx, he only went 50 yards and the blood trail was incredible.
Monday novemeber 2nd at 4:45 pm i shot this 12 pt on public land near some buck laurel. This buck scores 160 5/8 it's huge for pa. I was using my PSE bruin Bow and 100 Grain spitfire broadheads. Its ranks top 10 bow kills in PA
Killed on November 22,2009 using thunderhead 125. 18th deer killed all using crossbow and 125's. I love these broadhead and would use nothing else but them.
This is my 11 Pointer I took with my compound bow on November 21st, 2009 using my 100 grain Thunder Head. I Have used Thunder Heads now for 20+ years and 55 Deer later they still are by far the best fixed 3 blade broadhead on the market! Thanks NAP
The 2008 Campbell Camera Outdoor Challenge winning buck. Taken with a 125 gr. Nitron.
Caught this buck in between does in mid-November of 2007. A 30 yard shot tipped with NAP 125 gr. Nitrons was all it took. Buck fell a mere 80 yards further.
I took this buck Halloween day using the new Spitfire MAXX. He went less than 50 yards and the blood trail was incredible!!
Thanks for making such an awesome broadhead NAP, the thunderhead passed through this buck and he went about 50 yards. clean pass through with massive hemorrhaging. i will never use another broadhead other than NAP heads. NAP AHEAD WITH BROADHEADS!
First Buck with a bow. Weilght 220 lbs, scored 135 1/8'. Shot him at 35 yds away and ran less than 100 yrds before going down.
My 2nd buck of 2009. Taken over a community mock scrape. Shot was less than 8 yards, when my 125 grain Nitron did it's work. Buck fell just 40 yards later, within sight!
Rattled this buck into the community mock scrape I was hung near at first light, mid-November, 2009. Buck presented a 12 yard shot and my 125 grain Nitron did as it always has before. Buck went 10 yards past me, stopped, and fell. Nitron baby!
Last day of archery season in Isle Minnesota before rifle season. Got him before the rifle hunters did . 8 pt., 190 lbs. dressed. Passed on some smaller ones for over a month, it was worth the wait.
Southern Illinois Public Hunting. I used 4" Quickspin vanes and NAP carbon-glide cable guide.
I shot this buck using a hoyt compound bow ics bowhunter arrow and a 125 grain spitfire. This is my best buck so far thanks spitefire u always get the job done.
10 point 19 inches wide, 185lbs dressed weight
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