The WASP Hammer remains one of the top choices among bowhunters shooting fixed blade broadheads. Featuring the SST smart tip the Hammer is a tough enough broadhead to punch through the steel of 10 sections of a 55 gallon drum. The Hammer SST offers superior arrow flight in one of the strongest and best penetrating broadheads ever developed. The 3-blade broadhead is available in 75, 85, 90, 100, and 125 grains.
Comes in a 3-pack that includes 2 sets of replacement broadhead blades.
Stainless Smart Tip
The edges of the SST tip line up with each blade and paves the way through bone and tissue, creating pathways for the blades to follow, resulting in better penetration. Not held together by tiny screws or pins, but pressed onto the ferrule, it will never come off or out of alignment. It’s one Smart tip!
One-Piece Slotted Ferrule
The ferrules are the backbone of our broadhead designs, keeping everything in perfect alignment and minimizing flight issues. They are strong, always perfectly straight and designed to make changing blades simple. And none of our ferrules are of a powered process like many of our competitors.
Razor Sharp Blades
In 1971, we created the first replaceable blade broadhead, and have been improving them ever since. We harden our blades to a point where we can get a razor-sharp edge while still being flexible and not brittle. This allows them to bend and not break if they have to crash through bone.
Broadheads live or die by their performance. Advertising and celebrity endorsements only keep a broadhead on the shelf for so long. Eventually word gets around at the archery shop. Our line of broadheads includes models that have been around for 20-plus years, and are still getting 5-star reviews.
Reviews( 2 )
I’ve been shooting wasp hammer broad heads for many years. They fly as true as my field tips. I get complete pass through shots and the chiseled tips make short work of the largest bones. The blades are razor sharp and easy to replace. I highly recommend that any serious bow hunter try these broad heads.
I used Wasp broadheads ever since i started Archery hunting and that was back in 1977 and i used the bullet point broadheads 130 grs that flew like a field point then and when the Hammer came out i switched to them in 100 grs and my daughter in 75grs for her bow and they fly like field now,, Any broadhead Wasp makes is good, i have been using there broadheads for at least 35 yrs,,, Wasp keep up the good work !