775 Grain Single-bevel Broadheads & Matching Field Points
$58.00 – $94.00
world’s heaviest broadhead.
From high-powered crossbows like the Tenpoint RS470, it flies about 300 FPS, generating roughly 220 ft-lb of kinetic energy and 1.5 slugs (48 lb/ft/sec) of momentum. For comparison, the .308 Federal Ballistic Tip 150 grain bullet generates 60 lb/ft/sec of momentum, so 80% of that, and the .308 isn’t a 2-inch wide blade.
While not discounting accuracy and shot placement, momentum is the most important measurement of broadhead lethality, since it determines the likelihood of achieving a passthough though all obstacles, including thick hide and bone.
When shooting fixed blade broadheads, particularly one this large, accuracy is always a concern. In testing thus far, the Edgetac 775 does not match field points for accuracy.
From crossbows, expect roughly 2-3 inch groups, depending on the bow, at 30 yards. That figure is expected to improve over time with ongoing testing, and we will continue to refine our arrow and tuning recommendations.
To achieve accurate flight with this broadhead, having a sufficiently stiff arrow is mandatory, and using fletchings that exert maximum drag and control may be key factors, depending upon your bow. Maximum drag and control fletchings might include something like 5-inch feathers at 1.5° offset for crossbows, and the same fletching at 5° helical for vertical bows.
In addition, it’s generally believed that about 280 FPS is an ideal speed for tuning and shooting fixed blade broadheads, so that’s something to consider when selecting arrows and inserts.
For crossbows, we recommend stiff 22-inch arrows such as Spynal Tapps from South Shore Archery Supply in Florida, or Black Eagle Zombie Slayers. For vertical bows, we recommend the Black Eagle Rampage 150 spine. Standard crossbow arrows, including the popular Black Eagle Executioner, are not stiff enough, and standard factory vanes generally do not exert sufficient drag and control to achieve accurate flight.
For those considering shooting this broadhead from a vertical bow, a 28.25-inch Black Eagle Rampage 150 spine, with a factory nock, an Ethics 200 grain insert, and Bearpaw 4″ shield cut feathers at 5° helical, total arrow weight of 1472 grains, achieved accurate results.
This broadhead is CNC machined, not forged, from a solid block of steel. There are no pieces or screws to break off or fail.
Versus regular broadheads:
– Generates 82% more momentum*
– Double the cutting width
– 3X the blade thickness
– 7X the mass
Shot placement is still critical to any successful hunt.
Comes sharp from the factory, and hand-sharpening to a razor’s edge by a master broadhead sharpener, is an available option. Click here to have your broadheads delivered razor-sharp.
Sold individually or in packs with matching weight field points. Bulk pricing available upon request.
Cutting diameter: 51mm = 2 inches
Overall length: 74mm = 2.9 inches
Blade thickness: 4.9mm = 0.2 inches
Free U.S. Shipping:
Regardless of order size, the following shipping rates apply:
U.S. Domestic Shipping:
USPS First Class (4-6 business days) – FREE!
USPS Priority (2-4 business days) – $19.00
FedEx Ground (2-5 business days) – $29.00
FedEx Express Saver (1-4 business days) – $39.00
(flat rate to all countries)
FedEx International Economy – $59
*Energy comparison vs standard 100 grain broadhead:
(shot from Centerpoint Sniper 370 crossbow)
Light arrow (Black Eagle Executioner 22 inch arrow + 100 grain broadhead):
431 grains, 348 FPS, 0.66 Momentum, 116 KE
Heavy arrow (Black Eagle Executioner 20 inch arrow + 16 inch carbon arrow insert (7.5mm OD) to increase stiffness + Ethics Archery 200 grain .300 Adjustable Static insert + Edgetac 775 grain broadhead):
1353 grains, 200 FPS, 1.20 Momentum, 120 KE
Kinetic energy increased by 4%, while momentum increased by 82%. Achieving an 82% increase in momentum is one of the primary advantages of using a high mass arrow-broadhead combination. This level of momentum maximizes the probability of a passthough and a clean kill.
Arrow stiffness & accuracy:
Extra-stiff arrow shafts are crucial to achieving accuracy with this broadhead. Standard arrows will flex excessively and accuracy will suffer. The more powerful the bow, and the longer the arrow, the greater the need for stiffness to maintain accuracy. Archers may select a stiff arrow such as the Black Eagle Rampage 150 spines or the Grizzlystik TDT 170 spines. If you an archer and need assistance with arrow selection, Rob Hummel at Dynamic Archery Solutions (not affiliated with Edgetac) can assist. Rob has set up and shot Edgetac 375 and 775 grain heads accurately from his bow.
For crossbows, enhanced stiffness bolts can be constructed by taking standard crossbow arrows, which have an inner diameter of 7.62mm, and inserting carbon archery arrow blanks with an outer diameter of about 7.54mm.
A Centerpoint Sniper 370 crossbow will shoot a 1353 grain arrow (Edgetac 775 grain broadhead, 572 grain arrow) at 200 FPS. Assuming a zero of 15 yards, here is the drop at various distances:
|775 grain broadhead||100 grain broadhead|
|Distance (yrd)||drop (inches)||drop (inches)|
For crossbows a scope with built-in drop calculations is recommended:
Sig Sauer BDX Sierra6 2-10X
Sig Sauer BDX Sierra3 2.5-8X
Garmin Xero X1i Rangefinding Scope
Burris Optics Oracle X
“You should always use the heaviest arrow possible that has a trajectory that you still find acceptable.” – Dr. Ed Ashby
Bulk pricing available on request.
2 piece set (one 775 broadhead + one 775 field point) $58, 5 piece set (three 775 broadheads + two 775 field points) $94
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