Field & Stream’s, Jace Bauserman, recently put broadheads to the test in a side-by-side match-up to rate a broadhead’s ability to take on elk. Relative newcomer, SEVR, rated as top overall choice for taking down some of North American’s toughest big game animals. “The popularity of these heads comes from their field-point-like accuracy and massive cut trauma—the swept-back blade cutting angle smashes organs and works in concert with the Lock-and-Pivot design to ensure maximum penetration,” said Bauserman. SEVR’s exclusive “locking and pivoting” blades allows broadheads to swivel around bone and eliminates penetration-robbing deflection—features especially crucial when taking on extra-large game like elk. SEVR is sold exclusively online and is currently running their annual fall sale at www.sevrbroadheads.com
Jace Bauserman is a full-time freelance outdoor writer who has been working with Field & Stream since 2017. Before going full-time freelance, Bauserman was the editor-in-chief of Bowhunting World and Archery Business magazines.
SEVR broadheads are available now and sold exclusively at sevrbroadheads.com