new sevr broadheads

New SEVR Mechanical Broadhead Product Line-Up

SEVR Broadheads announced today the availability of three new mechanical broadhead models for 2019. These include the Ti 1.5, AP 1.7, and Ti 2.1 in 125g.

The brand NEW SEVR Titanium 1.5 is designed for maximum penetration in the largest game animals for the hunters looking for a broadhead designed to boost penetration. The Ti 1.5 is based on a narrower 1.5-inch blade diameter with a swept-back cutting angle for better penetration as it passes through meat, hides, and bone. Offered in 100 and 125-grain with 8-32 threads or in 100-grain for use with Deep-Six threads.

The NEW SEVR AP 1.7 is designed with an intermediate cut diameter and blade angle and features a precision 7075-alloy ferrule with stainless-steel tip.  This broadhead comes with a 1.7-inch cutting diameter, falling between the SEVR 1.5 and SEVR 2.1.  This provides an optimal blend of cut width and penetration. Available in 100 grains with standard 8-32 threads.

The SEVR Titanium 2.1 was made for hunters seeking a premier product with maximum cutting diameter. SEVR Ti 2.1 cuts wider to exact the largest entry and exit wound in the SEVR lineup. Ti 2.1 is available in 100 or NEW 125-grain with standard 8-32 threads or in 100-grain for use in Deep Six threaded shafts.

SEVR mechanical broadheads are rated for all hunting-weight vertical bows and remains closed in flight even when shot from the highest-speed crossbows. All models use the patented Lock-and-Pivotblade design allowing the arrow to maintain a straight-through path even when encountering bone or when taking acute quartering shots.

SEVR broadheads feature Practice Lock Practice Mode where, a supplied setscrew can be inserted into the ferrule to lock the blades safely in their undeployed position. Since the cutting edges are protected inside the ferrule, the SEVR heads are ready to hunt once the setscrew is removed. This gives bowhunters assurance that their broadheads will hit on target and eliminates the need for questionable practice broadheads.

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