After more than 70 years, Zwickey's classic barbed broadhead is back! First designed and manufactured by Cliff Zwickey in 1939, only a few thousand were made before Zwickey discovered barbed broadheads were not legal in all states. Consequently he was forced to cease production. These amazing broadheads nearly became extinct, save for the broadhead collector's market.
Over the years the Cliff Zwickey Broadhead has gained an almost legendary status among broadhead collectors and bowhunters. As their fame and value grew, Jack Zwickey knew he had to re-introduce these amazing broadheads.
As Lamont Granger says: "This historic, elegant broadhead brings back the Witchery of Archery with its amazing quality and classic design. When you put one on your arrow, you'll realize: 'This is what a real hunting arrow should look like.'
Special high-carbon Steel construction allows you to get the edges "hair popping sharp" and the triple-thick tip with special heat treating resists curling and blows through bone. The convex edge is the most efficient cutting edge and puts more steel up front where it's needed for strength. The Cliff broadhead features no vents for deadly quiet arrow flight and better penetration.
Standard 5° point taper and fits 11/32" and 23/64" arrow shafts. Ferrule is 11/32". Measures 2½" long x 1-1/8" wide. Weighs 140 grains. Sold by the 3-pack only.