Eastman Outfitter's Firstcut Tri-Force

Eastman Outfitter's Firstcut Tri-Force

Eastman Outfitter's Firstcut Tri-Force broadhead is a wicked mechanical head that cuts on contact and opens to 1.5 inches.

Eastman Outfitter's Firstcut Tri-Force broadhead is a wicked mechanical head that cuts on contact and opens to 1.5 inches. An aircraft-grade aluminum ferrule features three .031-inch thick razor sharp blades that follow a .68-inch wide main blade ensuring maximum penetration (even on bone hits). The Firstcut Tri-Force is available in 100 or 125 grains.

Call (810) 733-6360, or visit www.eastmanoutfitters.com.


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