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Introducing New NAP Killzone Broadhead Models

Introducing New NAP Killzone Broadhead Models

New Archery Products rolled out its brand new NAP Killzone broadhead models at the 2013 ATA Show in Louisville, Ky. First, we checked out the Killzone Maxx, which features a 2 3/8-inch cut. Recommended for bows over 60 pounds, the Killzone Maxx requires greater kinetic energy to get that bigger cut. On the other end of the spectrum, NAP also rolled out the Killzone Low KE (Low Kinetic Energy), a broadhead specifically designed for smaller archers shooting 40- or 50-pound bows. Finally, NAP rolled out its Killzone Crossbow, a broadhead specifically designed for crossbows' high speeds; the broadhead stays closed when fired, only opening on impact. Check out the video straight from the ATA Show.

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