Tuesday, September 1, 2020

Sevr 2.0 Offers Deep Penetration

The SEVR™ Titanium 2.1, has been redesigned for 2020. The NEW Titanium 2.0 has a more swept-back blade angle, re-engineered deployment arm geometry, and a new 2” cutting diameter max-cut blade. This results up to 15% more penetration than the original Ti 2.1. Additionally, re-engineered deployment arm geometry exposes more of the blades’ leading edge for improved cutting. All Ti 2.1 ferrules can accept the new Ti 2.0 replacement blades. The Ti 2.0 couples SEVR’s patented rear-deploy locking-pivoting blade technology with a titanium ferrule that provides higher strength for more durability.

The SEVR™ 2.0 is designed for hunters who want the largest possible entry and exit wounds. SEVR’s Stretch Cutblade effect stretches the hide while cutting for a larger-than-blade wound diameter for bigger blood trails and easier recovery. The SEVR 2.0 comes in three configurations: 100 and 125 grain (for standard 8-32 threads) and 100 grain (for Deep Six).

All SEVR broadhead models feature:

Lock-and-Pivot™ blade design to eliminate deflection allowing the arrow to maintain a straight-through path even when encountering bone or when taking acute quartering shots.

Field-point Accurate blades are fully contained in the ferrule for aerodynamic flight and true field-point accuracy

Practice Lock™ Practice Mode. A supplied set screw can be inserted into the ferrule to lock the blades in their undeployed position. Since the cutting edges are protected inside the ferrule, the SEVR heads can be used for target practice. This gives bowhunters assurance that their broadheads will hit on target and eliminates the need for questionable practice broadheads.

SEVR broadheads are sold exclusively at sevrbroadheads.com.