Good news for archery dealers: The new-for-2018 BloodRUSH broadhead is back in stock and ALLEN Company is fulfilling orders.
After a successful launch of the patented BloodRUSH broadhead to the archery market in early 2018, inventory levels at the ALLEN Company’s headquarters were depleted. After receiving significant, recent inventory replenishments the company is now back to fulfilling orders in earnest.
“It can be difficult to judge the demand for a new and unique product design — even in a mature market,” said VP of Sales & Marketing Doug Jenner. “In this case, we had severely underestimated the excitement that a revolutionary format could generate. We would like to sincerely thank our customers for their patience.”
According to Jenner, BloodRUSH broadheads are unique from other designs in two radical ways. First, the ferrule of this broadhead is machined with aircraft-grade aluminum using a 26-degree twist. This twist dynamic is effective at multiplying soft tissue displacement when either moving forward, or rearward, through the internal cavity of big game animals. Secondly, by taking advantage of integral ferrule “blood ports” the process of blood loss (hemorrhage) is multiplied and enhanced as the blood fluid is displaced across a larger surface area. This combination of both ferrule twist and port suction creates a scientific phenomenon similar to a whirlpool or fluid vortex.
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BloodRUSH broadheads come in the following three 100-grain models:
- Fixed 3-Blade design
- Expandable 3-Blade design
- Hybrid 4-Blade design
All models come standard with the following features:
- Precision-honed steel blades
- Combination of aircraft-grade aluminum and stainless-steel components
- Needle-puncture broadhead tip
- Blade retention band (expandable and hybrid models)
- Steel blade retention collar with the ALLEN proprietary Tight-Grip System
BloodRUSH broadheads come in three packs with MSRP of $29.99 to $34.99. For more information, visit www.byAllen.com or call (800) 876-8600.
You can see BloodRUSH broadheads in action by checking out the video below: