Nice buck taken by Garry L. with his KuduPoint broadheads
Why I shoot KuduPoint Broadheads:
Now, I am not a flashy hunter and I can’t hit a deer running through the forest at 85 yards in the dark, but I do pay attention to my equipment setup. Besides being a high quality, well made broadhead that hits where I aim it, KuduPoints offer the following advantages:
1) Two blade heads penetrate better with the same KE or momentum than three or four blade heads. Obviously, with only two cutting points of contact the arrows will travel farther into the animal and deflate it causing the desired bilateral pneumothorax and a quick, ethical kill. This coupled with the single bevel and the resulting spiral wound channel (clearly seen and felt every time you pull your arrow from a target) causes catastrophic damage to internal organs; again causing a quick and ethical kill.
— I teach large numbers of youth to shoot and when an archer shoots a low poundage bow, this increased penetration is very significant.
2) KuduPoints tune more easily and readily than other heads. With only two “fins” on the front of the arrow affecting flight, tuning deals with fewer aerodynamic variables and results in more true flight, especially under adverse conditions, than other options.
–Again, when you are working with kids who only have a limited number of quality shots it is important to tune quickly before fatigue affects their shots…when hunting, it is the first or rarely the second shot that matters.
3) KuduPoints have demonstrated exceptional durability. I have beat these things to death and they still perform amazingly well. In fact, one of the two heads used in the shots pictured (from 60 yards) was the original head given to me as a sample by KuduPoint at a past Sportsman Show. I have shot everything from garbage out in the forest to Rock Chucks in the fields with that specific head and even after rocks, trees, and dirt, it will still fly true enough to go on any of my arrows and hit my 1″ orange dot at 60 yards (I hit another at 70 yards a little later this morning too)!
I am sold on KuduPoints broadheads and stand behind them. Happy hunting and best of luck in September. –Brian W.
“Thanks for the opportunity to use your broadhead.” … “I checked it in today with odfw and did a green score on it might make the books. It scored almost twenty inches need eighteen for archery. So we’ll see after beetle kill and dried for real score.” …
– Jeremy R 24 May 2013
“I have shot two of your broadheads and killed two turkeys – the last one yesterday morning. I thought you might like a couple of pics of yesterday’s bird …– Yesterday’s bird was a pass-through heart shot (see pic) – can’t believe a whole arrow could pass through the heart of a turkey! Needless to say, the bird only took a few steps and then died without so much as a flap of a wing.”
– Howard M.24 May 2013
“The heads performed awesome opened massive holes and river wide blood streams. The head I shot my gemsbok with I actually skipped thru the sand and rocks the day before shooting at a jackal at 82yrds. Absolutely razor sharp still…. Sorry we didn’t get more critters with them the outfit we went with wasn’t set up for bow hunting once we got there, the guys ended up having to shoot almost everything with a rifle. Thanks a million for outfitting us with broadheads we really appreciate it.”
– Justin 9 June 2013
“I hunted there yesterday morning (9-12-13) and spotted that monster and 3 smaller bucks eating on black berries and saw where they bedded so I sat up a tree stand there yesterday afternoon on their trail. Got in there 2 hours before daylight this morning and they all came walking by at 32 yards he stopped perfect and that KuduPoint smoked right thru. He only went 20 yards and piled up. Looked like a garden hose running out of him. Thank you for the broadheads they are working amazing!”
– Justin 15 September 2013
“We went 3/3 this year for elk and so far 2/3 on deer. All taken with the KuduPoint. Here are the pictures I have. I have been filming what I can when I can and putting them on my YouTube channel. I have made a few talking about how good the KuduPoint is, showing what it did to the heart of the deer I shot. I’ve also made a video just shooting and showing the accuracy in the kudu point but it was windy so I only had a 10″ group at 100 yards” …
– Anthony Coleman of Calling the Wild
“There may be bigger game animals in North America than the wild boar, but none that present the challenge to a broad head like the armor that a wild boar possesses. My 125 grain KuduPoint has made it’s way clear through two hardy boars and it’s still in service on my quiver in perfect shape. I have 5 more KuduPoints accompanying it but they haven’t been pressed into service yet because the one is still at the start of the line up and in top shape. I guess I”ll have to miss and lose it to use the next one? Great broad head!”
– Mike B, Hawaii
I’ve never been so impressed with a broadhead in my life! You guys really nailed it with this head,this photo shows how tough these heads are, I was testing the toughness and I saw a rock that needed to be shot, to walk up on this broadhead like this blew me away, every broadhead I’ve tested with the “rock test” absolutely exploded and I would have to pick through the carnage just to find bits and pieces. I’ve been bragging you guys up here and in north Dakota… -John G.
Oregon archery record Big Horn Sheep: Scoring 185 2/8 harvested 2014 by Ray W., Pacific Crest Archery, Salem Oregon.