View Full Version : Swhacker Broadhead Test Part3

07-04-2012, 09:23 AM

The broadhead almost came out the back side of the plywood as you can see in the above picture. When I pulled it out the chissled head came off. Other than that, the broadhead remained intact.
You can see by the picture above where the arrow went into the can.

As I said at the beginning of the first post, I am impressed with the way this broad head performed. The blades were still intact and weren't as dulled as I would have thought.
I know that plenty of people will look at these posts and have many different oppinions. I am not trying to change any minds or discount any previous tests or thoughts about his particular broadhead. I wanted to know for my own good...just how this broadhead would perform and whether I could trust it to do want I want it to. I personally think that it will work great on Deer, or maybe even Black Bear.....after that your guess is as good as mine.

Simple Life
07-04-2012, 05:48 PM
Thanks for showing your results.As long as it is sharp and you have confidence in it shoot it.Main thing is to put it where it counts.;)

07-04-2012, 07:18 PM
I thought on your other test it failed and bent all up.Then again cow shoulder little tougher than deer ribs.........

07-04-2012, 07:52 PM
The only question I have is when the buck of a lifetime steps into range are you 100% confident in your choice or is it going to be an experiment?

07-05-2012, 06:36 AM
I wasn't the one who tested the Swhacker on the Cow Ribs.

Thermodude, the answer is yes I do feel confident enough at this point. That is why I tested the broadhead. It survived with little damage, and still relatively sharp blades.
As I had stated in a previous post, I keep my shots to 20 yards or less. After seeing how this broadhead flew, and performed at that distance, if I do my part, I think the broadhead will do its part.