Much of 2014 has been centered around the new Freak Nasty 3-blade Rampage series from Dead Ringer Hunting. However… the Super Freak, announced at the same time, has not received the same attention likely due to it’s less-aggressive appearance. It also doesn’t boast the same massive cutting diameter of 6 linear inches. HOWEVER… the results of this wicked head are none the less devastating!
The Super Freak is based on our popular Trauma design with an industry first ADJUSTABLE cutting diameter! Factory set at 1.75″ with razor sharp blades, the Super Freak will bring pass-through shots even with lower kinetic energy set-ups. With a quick change of a set screw on the 0.32″ Spring Steel Blades, you’re cutting gaping wound channels of 2.25″! The T-6 aluminum ferrule delivers a consistent weight of 100 grains, and blades are tested to over 400 feet per second so that they stay closed in flight. Jason Bosaw’s giant whitetail buck is proof that the Super Freak is a deadly broadhead indeed.
In addition to its two new flagship bows–the Arena 30 and Arena 34–Bear Archery unveils the Traxx, Tremor, and Bounty to complete its 2015 lineup. View the full lineup by clicking the photo at left.
The mountainous landscape was being showered with dawn’s first rays of sunlight when I finally reached my destination. The near-vertical ascent through the inky, predawn blackness had been treacherous, and reaching the top was a reward in itself. I launched a bugle across the canyon beneath my position, hoping a bull would answer. Instantaneously, a guttural bugle roared back at me from roughly 150 yards distant. Perfect. Now, I simply needed to assume the downwind position, begin my calling sequence, and shoot the bull as he came to investigate the “invader”. That was the plan.