The Fire-N-The-Hole™ Broadhead does what every other broadhead claims to do: it kills quickly and leaves a huge blood trail...it just does it faster and bigger than all the rest!
Fire-N-The-Hole™ Broadheads have been field tested since 2009. And, yes, it lives up to the hype. Over these years, it has assisted dedicated hunters take deer, turkey, pronghorn antelope, hogs and bear. Each broadhead was engineered with quick kills and minimal tracking in mind.
Fire-N-The-Hole™ Broadheads come in two designs: a 3-bladed ring fixed, 100-grain broadhead (also offered in 125 grain) and the 4-inch mechanical broadhead.
Fire-N-The-Hole Fixed Blade Broadheads
The Model 330 broadhead, Crossbow C4, and Sidewinder are fixed ring blade broadheads providing exceptional stability, quick kill impact and astounding field point accuracy. The revolutionary cutting ring design of the Fire-N-The-Hole™ fixed broadheads acts as a stabilizer, allowing air to pass through the center of the ring. As the ring slices through the air, the arrow holds its course for unequivocal field point accuracy all the way to the target. The Fire-N-The-Hole cutting ring design blows a 1 inch hole through an animal, creating a huge wound channel--too large to be clotted by blood. Unlike conventional, non-ringed, fixed 3-blade broadheads, Fire-N-The-Hole™ Broadheads cut in all directions, not just on a 2-dimensional plane.
Fire-N-The-Hole Mechanical Broadhead
The 1X4-inch mechanical is a different design from other mechanical broadhead on the market with 2 goals in mind: 1) A firing mechanism that guarantees to open every time and 2) the largest cutting radius than any other broadhead.
Size: So you might be asking yourself, what does 1X4-inch mechanical mean? It means that your broadhead flies at a width of 1inch and upon penetrating your animal expands to create a 4-inch whole. The 4-inch cut is attained by removing the ferrule out that the traditional broadheads have and replacing it with the weight of the cutting blades. This gives the blades four times more material than traditional blades of other broadheads. Each blade weighs 34.5 grains, which means that 75% of the weight of the broadhead is in the blades. This turns blades into small knives, which are tough enough to cut through skin, fur, flesh, bone, vital organs, etc. At 50-thousandths thick and 200-thousandths wide, this makes the 4-inch mechanical an exceptionally durable broadhead that gets the job done.
Cut: The blades are sharpened in one direction, like the blade of a lawnmower or scissors, sharpened on the point making the broadhead cut on contact. This gives the broadhead superb accuracy as it spins through the air closed and continues spinning through the animal at 4 inches width for unmatched penetration for such a large broadhead.
Opening Mechanism: The most common complaint of the mechanical broadhead is that it does not open. We have designed a broadhead that opens using angles, friction, and levers that upon striking the deer must open. The cut-on-contact blades engage the deer and cut in like knives, and the friction and angle move the blades out to the sides as it slices through and enters the vitals cavity. This mechanism fully opens within the first inch of engaging the animal and will be open at 4 inches while passing through the vitals. This broadhead saves enough kinetic energy to get a pass-though, leaving you a superb trail to follow. With the amount of damage this broadhead does, you should be able to watch your animal expire.