Following last year’s introduction of the bowhunting industry’s most sophisticated, performance-driven broadhead ever, SEVR Broadheads has announced a new model designed to provide optimal penetration in the largest game animals. The new SEVR Titanium 1.5 provides all the construction and design features that have put SEVR at the head of the pack yet features a specially-engineered blade configuration for hunters who desire an added edge for tough animals such as elk, moose, bear, and other robust North American species.
The new SEVR Titanium 1.5 offers the same Lock-and-Pivot blade design as all SEVR broadheads, allowing the arrow to maintain a straight-through path even when encountering bone or when taking acute quartering shots. The SEVR Titanium 1.5, though, is based on a narrower 1.5-inch cutting diameter with a more swept-back blade cutting angle to deliver the best penetration possible when contacting tough hide and bone.
Suitable for use in both conventional vertical bows and crossbows, the SEVR Titanium 1.5 is built on a rugged titanium ferrule with a sharp, precision-ground tip for cut-on-contact performance. Stretch Cut blades are made of 420-grade stainless steel with a .032-inch thickness for maximum strength and durability.
Another key feature of the SEVR broadhead is its integrated Practice Lock mode. Unlike conventional broadheads that require a special practice head, the SEVR allows you to shoot the actual broadhead you intend to hunt with. A locking screw secures the blades in the ferrule during practice sessions and is designed so that the blades do not contact the target, keeping them razor-sharp. This feature provides bowhunters the confidence that the broadheads they shoot during practice will fly as expected in the field.
Offered in 100 and 125 grains with standard 8/32 threads or in 100 grains for use with Deep Six threads, the SEVR Titanium 1.5, as with all SEVR broadheads, are sold individually or in any quantity desired exclusively through sevrbroadheads.com