Replacement blades for Wasp broadheads blades are now available online. Wasp has always been more than happy to sell the blades to customers who emailed or called asking for them, but now, getting that factory edge back on all your heads can be arranged in our online store.Read More
3-Blade Broadhead vs. 4-Blade Broadheads
When selecting broadheads, there are a host of choices lining the shelf. First, you must determine what style and how many blades. Wasp offers broadheads in 3- and 4-blade combinations, and both have their place in archer’s quivers, depending on individual setups.
A Great Turkey Hunting Broadhead
In general, turkeys are hard to hunt with archery equipment, but the birds in Southeast Alabama are notorious for giving archers fits, and putting a broadhead through one is the ultimate challenge, according to Justin Martin, host of Outdoor Channel’s “The Season” and world champion profes
Z-Force Silences Broadhead Critics
The knock on mechanical broadheads has always been that they are unreliable, too flimsy and too complicated to match the effectiveness of their fixed-blade cousins. Not anymore. The Wasp Z-force has toned down the critics of expandable broadheads in the fixed-blade vs. mechanical debate.
Wasp Broadhead Commercial up for Award
In Wasp’s effort to continue the tradition of producing “The Ultimate Broadhead”, the company underwent extensive new branding efforts over the last year to update the look of our logo, website and packaging with a more modern representation of who we are.
Bowhunter Shoots one of the Highest-Scoring Typical Deer in Kentucky
Ed Stiles' quest to put a trophy deer on the wall using archery equipment began when he was 17. Now, 37 years later and after many seasons which he chose to tip his arrows with Wasp Broadheads, his dream buck fell with the help of a Wasp Boss 3-blade broadhead.
The Wasp Queen: A Broadhead for Women
With the release of the Queen broadhead, Wasp is among the few companies catering to women who are tired of products designed solely for men.According to the Sporting Goods Manufacturers Association, more than 500,000 women bowhunted last year – making it the fastest growing segment in t