You know you have an effective broadhead when you create a hole big enough for an organ to exit the body.
The Spitfire broadhead claims to cause enough damage to result in a big blood trail. Then again, who needs a bloodtrail when body parts are falling out.
David Blanton nails this Kansas monster using the Spitfire mechanical broadhead. Spitfire is made by NAP (New Archery Products) and sports Diamize blades, micro grooved slimline bladed and hardened trophy tip.
The broadhead rips through the prey causing the lung of this brute to fall out as he was running away. The damage causes a quick kill and recovery.
It comes in 85, 100 and 125 grains and offers up to a 1 1/2" cutting blade.