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American made broadheads
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Contributors to this thread:
Starfire 10-Oct-22
tobywon 10-Oct-22
Shaft2Long 10-Oct-22
Bowboy 10-Oct-22
milnrick 10-Oct-22
butcherboy 10-Oct-22
HDE 10-Oct-22
WV Mountaineer 10-Oct-22
Starfire 10-Oct-22
joehunter 10-Oct-22
Highlife 10-Oct-22
Corax_latrans 11-Oct-22
timex 11-Oct-22
mattandersen 11-Oct-22
BOHNTR 11-Oct-22
Starfire 11-Oct-22
Brotsky 11-Oct-22
bobbinhood 11-Oct-22
Jethro 11-Oct-22
Shaft2Long 11-Oct-22
Bowfreak 11-Oct-22
TGbow 11-Oct-22
Buffalo1 13-Oct-22
Ermine 13-Oct-22
Elkslaya 13-Oct-22
Dollar 13-Oct-22
Drop Tine 14-Oct-22
timex 14-Oct-22
Bou’bound 14-Oct-22
Pat Lefemine 14-Oct-22
spike78 14-Oct-22
CaptMike 14-Oct-22
LINK 14-Oct-22
From: Starfire
10-Oct-22
I went to pick up some replacement blades and was disappointed to find my favorite head is now made over seas. Are there any still made in the USA?

From: tobywon
10-Oct-22

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From: Shaft2Long
10-Oct-22
Magnus Tooth of the arrow Grim reaper

From: Bowboy
10-Oct-22
Like stated Magnus. I’m sure the Ironwill heads also.

From: milnrick
10-Oct-22
G5's broadheads are made here at their facility Michigan.

From: butcherboy
10-Oct-22
Magnus, iron will, vpa, cutthroat, kudu, etc. there are mote as well. I just can’t think of them all at once. Lol

From: HDE
10-Oct-22

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Tooth of the Arrow link...

10-Oct-22
Tooth of the arrow. Sourced and made here. I just shot a doe with one of their heads. It did well and hit heavy bone. Head busted it and not even a sign of a bend or chip.

From: Starfire
10-Oct-22
I went to pick up some replacement blades and was disappointed to find my favorite head is now made over seas. Are there any still made in the USA?

From: joehunter
10-Oct-22
Wasp are my go to! Cam-loks back in the 80's and Jak-Hammers for the last 25 years.

From: Highlife
10-Oct-22
Ace

11-Oct-22
Yup. Ace.

From: timex
11-Oct-22
My favorite is abowyer

From: mattandersen
11-Oct-22
I just tried slick tricks for the first time I know they've been around for almost 20 years just finally got some and they do fly great. Shot a nice PA buck with the standards Friday and was happy. I believe the are made in America. The blades are German though....I'd rather Germany than China!

From: BOHNTR
11-Oct-22
Magnus

From: Starfire
11-Oct-22
It was slick trick that I was referring to. They were made in us and Germany but are not China

From: Brotsky
11-Oct-22
Radical Archery Designs....made in Washington state. Great heads.

From: bobbinhood
11-Oct-22
Still shooting Bear razors and Zwickey!!!

From: Jethro
11-Oct-22
Qad Exodus made in USA. Bowsite sponsor.

From: Shaft2Long
11-Oct-22
I thought I had included Radical Archery. Brotsky is correct, they are NICE! Really like the Madman series.

From: Bowfreak
11-Oct-22
Aron said on Kifarucast that Swhackers manufacturing has been brought to the USA now.

Edit: Looks like it is true.

https://m.facebook.com/swhackerbroadheads/photos/a.145612628858769/4716227335130586/

From: TGbow
11-Oct-22
Hard to beat Ace. Wasp is a great head IMO. Killed my first deer with a Wasp

From: Buffalo1
13-Oct-22
VPA, Zwickey, Woodsmen Elite are all USA made BH's .

From: Ermine
13-Oct-22
Iron Will

From: Elkslaya
13-Oct-22
NAP owns SlickTrick. NAP are made in China. So I’m guessing Tricks are now made in China. I’ve still got the old Tricks that were made here. Probably have enough to last the rest of my days.

From: Dollar
13-Oct-22
Musacchia broadheads are being made here.This the original muzzy I have them and there are great two elk so far and hogs.

From: Drop Tine
14-Oct-22
QAD Exodus

From: timex
14-Oct-22

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Bought 3 of these in 2007 I believe it was and liked them so much I bought 6 more a year later. I still have 4 of the original 9 and haven't a clue how many deer they've killed. They are an extremely tough broadhead. I shoot the 120 grain bonehead lite with a screw in adapter they are around 150 grains

From: Bou’bound
14-Oct-22

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buy made in the USA and be proud of it these are costly at $699.99 for a three pack, but americans make them. good if you are looking for something a little heavier than normal.

they are in stock according to the website, but demand has them on 8 week backorder.

From: Pat Lefemine
14-Oct-22
Elkslaya,

I hadn’t heard that NAP bought Slick Trick, you sure about that?

ST was purchased by The Outdoor Group some years ago, same outfit that owns Elite and a bunch of other brands. I heard reports about quality issues so it’s possible they are now made in China, but their website stills says TOG out of New York.

From: spike78
14-Oct-22
Slick Trick may have had some quality issues but you all have to realize just how many heads they pump out a year. If 2-3 hunters come out and say they had quality issues that’s nothing compared to the amount of heads made. I personally have never had a bad Slick Trick yet old school or new owner.

From: CaptMike
14-Oct-22
Used an Iron Will single bevel for the first time this year on a sable. Went cleanly through, breaking a rib on the way out. One blade was slightly chipped from hitting stones behind the critter but a few minutes with a Stay Sharp sharpener had it back to being razor sharp and ready to use again.

From: LINK
14-Oct-22

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