SharpShooter TraditionalModel 8050
The SharpShooter Traditional is designed with a cut-on-contact Blade-Locking System which utilizes a hardened stainless steel forward section that aligns the main blade to the ferrule, eliminating misaligned blades and poor arrow flight. The SharpShooter has a 1” cutting diameter with 0.040” main blades and 0.027” bleeder blades. All blades are replaceable. Weighing in at 150 grains, this broadhead will not only serve traditional and recurve archers well, but also modern archers who shoot "speed bows" with the properly spined arrow.
Blade Locking System
The self-aligning blade locking system utilizes a stainless steel forward section that aligns the main blades to the ferrule and locks the bleeder blades in place This ensures your next arrow will fly like your last and everything is in-line for perfect arrow flight and penetration.
A 3- or 4-blade broadhead creates more trauma than a 2-blade broadhead. The bleeder blades follow the main blades to slice anything missed. Loss of blood is the quickest and most humane way to kill an animal, as their name implies, bleeder blades do exactly that.
Cut On Contact
Hunters using less draw weight or recurve bows love the efficiency of a cut on contact broadhead. It rips through tough hide upon impact, creates a big hole and saves precious kinetic energy. It’s not just for traditional archers. Any bowhunter looking for more penetration will find a cut-on-contact broadhead useful.
Solid Steel Ferrule
Utilizing solid steel ferrules not only increases strength, but also allows us to reduce the surface area of the broadhead to improve flight. It’s aerodynamics 101: reduced surface area = fewer wind plane issues.
Broadhead Test: Wasp SharpShooter Traditional
See the strength and penetration power of this Mack Truck of a broadhead.