Most broadheads come in 100-grain configurations. And that’s fine. But what if you’re looking to maximize your KE and momentum? Traditional archers understand this philosophy better than most. They aren’t going to tweak more speed out of their bows. So they opt for heavy arrows and cut-on-contact heads to maximize penetration. In the video above you’ll find a review of a new broadhead from Wasp Archery. The SharpShooter Traditional is a cut-on-contact design with stout blades and a solid steel ferrule. And, drumroll please, it weighs 150 grains.