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Trio of Broadheads! Rexpid RX-S, Rexpid III and Spitfire Broadhead!

by Jalen Cunningham on Jun 13, 2024

Trio of Broadheads! Rexpid RX-S, Rexpid III and Spitfire Broadhead!
Hello hunters! Today we're back again with Sean from SeansOutdoorAdventures on Youtube to go more in depth with comparing our mechanical broadheads with the Spitfire broadhead! Here's what Sean had to say with his notes!
  • Packaging:

    • Rexpid:
      • Available in green or red.
      • Includes a hard case for safe storage of broadheads, protecting blades from damage and maintaining sharpness.
      • Demonstrates 125 grain packaging, but the focus is on 100 grain broadheads already out of packaging.
    • Spitfire:
      • Comes in a soft plastic case.
      • The plastic case can be secured with tape but is less durable than a hard case.
      • Less protective compared to the hard case of Rexbid, potentially leading to easier damage or loss.
  • Broadhead Details:

    • Spitfire:

      • Blades deploy when the tip makes contact with the target, intended to maximize cutting on impact.
      • The soft plastic case is not very secure; blades can open unintentionally.
      • Blades are difficult to close, requiring significant force and careful handling to avoid damage or injury.
      • Includes a broadhead wrench, useful for tightening or loosening the broadhead but not necessarily for blade closure.
    • Rexpid 3:

      • Blades deploy and lock open upon impact, ensuring continuous cutting even if the broadhead moves within the target.
      • All three blades move together and lock in place, providing a reliable cutting mechanism.
      • Easier to manage compared to the Spitfire, with a more straightforward opening and closing mechanism.
      • Blades remain effective and continue cutting if the broadhead is jostled inside the animal.
    • RXS:

      • Blades stay locked until the tip is pushed, then they deploy, ensuring they only open on impact.
      • Blades can be locked individually, providing flexibility and control over the deployment.
      • Designed to maintain blade integrity and sharpness until the moment of impact.
  • Usage Considerations:

    • General Features:
      • Both Rexpid 3 and Spitfire models lack O-rings, relying instead on self-locking blade mechanisms.
      • Designed to stay securely closed during flight and deploy upon impact.
    • Crossbow Suitability:
      • Both models are rated for use with crossbows up to 400 feet per second.
      • Not recommended for crossbows that exceed this speed due to potential for blade deployment issues.
    • Blade Design:
      • Rexpid 3 has straight blade design, offering consistent and straightforward cutting action.
      • Spitfire blades are slightly offset, potentially providing a different cutting pattern but making closure more difficult.
    • Ease of Use:
      • Rexpid 3 blades are easier to open and close compared to Spitfire, reducing the risk of accidental deployment or injury.
      • Spitfire's challenging blade closure process can be a significant drawback, especially in field conditions.
  • Final Notes:

    • Comparison Overview:
      • Recap of the three broadheads: Rexpid 3, RXS, and Spitfire.
      • All have similar cutting diameters and three-blade systems without O-rings.
      • Demonstration of the locking mechanisms and ease of use for each broadhead.
    • User Experience:
      • Spitfire's difficult blade closure and potential for unintentional opening make it less user-friendly.
      • Rexpid 3 and RXS offer more reliable and secure blade deployment and closure.
    • Conclusion:
      • Encourages viewers to consider these factors when choosing a broadhead.
      • Invites viewers to stay tuned for future videos and comparisons for more insights.
      • Signs off with well wishes, emphasizing continued content and engagement with the audience.

Thank you, Sean, with comparing our broadheads and we hope you all have a great rest of your day!


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