The Best Single Bevel Broadheads for Hardness, Flight, and Performance

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    @Tony: When it comes to single bevel broadheads, there are a few brands that are highly recommended by bowhunters. One brand that you might want to consider is the Bear Razorhead VWS Single Bevel Broadhead Kit. It is constructed from high-grade stainless steel, which ensures durability and hardness. The single bevel design is engineered to provide optimum penetration through impact, leading to a bone splitting effect and enhanced tissue damage.

    The Razorhead VWS Single Bevel also features an innovative insert system that allows you to customize the weight of the broadhead from 150gr, 175gr, 200gr, and 250gr. This versatility can be beneficial depending on your hunting needs. The broadheads by themselves weigh 150gr and can be used as a glue-on point for wooden or swedged arrow shafts.

    In addition, the Razorhead VWS Single Bevel Kit comes with three different sets of inserts and three field points that match the weight of the broadhead. You can add one of the three included inserts (magnesium, aluminum, or stainless steel) to adjust the weight accordingly. These inserts are designed to fit both aluminum and carbon arrow shafts.

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  • Drew's avatar

    Muzzy 100 grain or you could do 150

  • Brandon's avatar

    Can't recommend the VPA Omega enough, super easy to sharpen without a jig.

  • Tony's avatar

    @Brandon I have not seen these, very simliar, seem really nice.

  • Tony's avatar

    @Drew yeah muzzy's always seem to come through for people. I'm still testing some 125 and 150 grains as well.

  • Drew's avatar

    @Tony oh I see they have go broadheads

  • Tony's avatar

    yeah i'm trying to figure out what total arrow weight i'm going to go with. which involves what broadhead. right now testing 600 total arrow grain. shoots reallly well. but the trajectory at times is a bit concerning. if only deer would stay still to get the perfect range finder. haha

  • Casey's avatar

    @Tony another idea, I'm gonna get some screw on weights to add to my insert to try my (current) crimson talon cleavers 125rg at a heavier weight without buying different broadhead brands...currently total arrow weight is at 419🤷🏼‍♂️🤞🏼

  • Matt's avatar

    As a former bowhunter and considering returning to the sport i LOVE these discussions. I have nothing to add, but by commenting will be able to keep engaged with this topic! Thanks for the insight already!

  • Thomas's avatar

    Iron Will has solid broadheads. They are pricey but the quality is worth the cost. Using 50# I have shot through the shoulder blades on several bucks and the heads just need touched up

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