We are letting you make the choice by giving you the versatility to switch from one to the other with the new JEKYLL & HYDE. This is possible because the JEKYLL & HYDE use the same ferrule. With the unique design of these broadheads, switching them is extremely easy and gives the bowhunter the option of switching to their preferred choice based on their game or state regulations.
Both broadheads were designed for extreme penetration and devastation.
Easily switch from the fixed to the hybrid mechanical and you’ll see that it does not change the aerodynamics of the head in flight, as the profiles are the same. They will always group with your field points, no matter the configuration.
Both broadheads have front fixed blades that are sharpened all the way around, with a cutting diameter of ¾”. Then the choice is yours, add the additional 1” fixed blade to create a four-blade cut with the JEKYLL or add the kick-out blades for a 2” cut with the HYDE.
JEKYLL – Both blades front and back are sharpened all the way around. HYDE – Front blade is sharpened all the way around and mechanical blades are sharpened to the tip for better penetration. The mechanical blades have no rubber bands or o-rings. They come set for hunting with inserted pins and set screws that are easily changed out once deployed. This ensures deployment every time.
JEKYLL & HYDE are available in 100g, 125g ,150g, with a CROSSBOW version in 100g.