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Cutthroat Screw-In

Original price $0.00 - Original price $114.95
Original price $0.00
$77.95 - $114.95
Current price $77.95
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Cutthroat Single Bevel Broadheads

Sold in a pack of (3) broadheads

Cutthroat Broadheads have taken this deadly broadhead design and produced it with the tools of today. It is machined out of one piece of solid steel. No welds or braze lines to fail. No crooked ferrules. No weak spots. This broadhead design has been around for a long time. It is time tested and proven.

All Cutthroat Broadheads are sold with an unconditional lifetime guarantee. If it bends or breaks it will be replaced, no questions asked.

Cutthroat broadheads are now available in S7 Tool Steel! Classified as a shock resistant steel, S7 offers exceptional impact toughness and strength to withstand chipping, bending or breaking. Impact resistance should be considered the most important characteristic of a broadhead steel. Hardened to 57-58 rockwell, you will have more than enough edge retention to efficiently cut from one end of the animal to the other. This steel is commonly used in dies, chisels, punches and concrete busters. If you are looking for the best possible material available to build a broadhead, in our opinion, this is it!


Please note: Unsharpened Cutthroats will ship with a burr established. If you would like them to come sharpened please click on that option above.

Broadhead Features:

  • Made in USA
  • Machined from one piece of 100% steel for maximum strength
  • Non curling, cut on contact, tanto tip
  • Black Oxide coated
  • 25° tapered bevel for bone splitting penetration






















Unsharpened Cutthroats will ship with a burr established. An experienced knife/broadhead sharpener will have no problem sharpening Cutthroat Broadheads right out of the package. Jump right to your fine stones and knock that burr off and your broadheads will be ready to hunt.

Inexperienced sharpeners will find Cutthroats to be valuable practice - since the burr is  large and visible you can clearly see and feel it. An inexperienced sharpener will be able to watch that burr slowly disappear as the broadhead is ran over a fine stone, polishing wheel, or any other finishing method the sharpener chooses.