Reviews — broadheads

New Broadhead Models From SEVR

AJ Iaquinta

Tags broadheads, mechanical, SEVR

New Broadhead Models From SEVR

Adding to their lineup for 2019 SEVR just announced 3 NEW models  currently available for pre-order to begin shipping in July. These new models include the Ti 1.5, AP 1.7, and Ti 2.1 in 125g.⁣⁣ The new SEVR Titanium 1.5 is designed for increased penetration produced via its shorter ferule and narrower 1.5-inch blade diameter with a swept-back cutting angle. The Ti 1.5 is offered in 100 and 125-grain with 8-32 threads or in 100-grain for use with Deep-Six threads. I plan on putting these particular heads to use on some hogs come July. I've sent my 455 grain Easton Axis through...


SEVR Broadheads Review

AJ Iaquinta

Tags broadheads, mechanical, SEVR

SEVR Broadheads Review

Whenever a new broad head hits the market our first reaction is always “we’ll see…”. But when I saw the first advertisements for SEVR broadheads go live on social media in early 2018 I got hyped quick. Titanium ferule, practice mode, replaceable rear deploying lock-and-pivot blades, 2.1 inch cutting diameter, custom quantities, and direct to consumer sales model are all things we love. I ordered a few heads as soon as they became available and upon arrival it was clear that they were not some gimmick but real deal contenders.  This is one of the first reviews I wrote for...


New Release: SEVR Broadheads

AJ Iaquinta

Tags broadheads, gear, mechanical

New Release: SEVR Broadheads

Here at Knights of the Apex we have always been very apprehensive about mechanical broadheads, specifically because we have seen them take some pretty wonky deflections off of rib cages. That being said we do concede that their lower aerodynamic profile and often larger cutting diameter have obvious advantages. So we were highly intrigued when we saw the release of these new mechanical broadheads by SEVR.  These things are loaded with features. The most notable of which being their trademarked and patented Lock-and-Pivot design. As the name implies, this design locks the blades open on impact creating a 2.1 inch...