Bowhunters can have confidence in their broadhead with the release of the Wasp Drone – an all steel constructed fixed-blade broadhead. The 100-grain Drone sports three .027″ stainless-steel blades. With the Drone, there is no compromise in durability, cutting diameter or accuracy.
The Drone utilizes Wasp’s exclusive Stainless Smart Tip (SST) that is always aligned with the blades. This creates a straight cutting path for the blades to follow, leaving devastation in the wake of its 1-1/8″ cutting diameter.
“Utilizing a solid-steel ferrule allowed us to reduce the surface area of the Drone, while preserving its toughness,” said Zach Weaver, broadhead designer at Wasp Archery. “The result is a more compact and better penetrating broadhead with the toughness Wasp broadheads are known for.”
The solid-steel ferrule of the Drone allows for greater precision in the manufacturing process and delivers unsurpassed results in accuracy and penetration with the legendary reputation of Wasp’s blades, durability and American-made craftsmanship. It’s a lethal combination when threaded on the end of a hunter’s arrow.
The new Drone broadheads are available now with a suggested retail price for a three-pack of broadheads, including two sets of replacement blades is $29.99.
Wasp Archery changed the face of bowhunting with the world’s first replaceable-blade broadhead in 1972 and continues to improve on their legendary broadhead designs today. All Wasp Archery products are made in the USA. For more information visit www.wasparchery.com.