Is there any difference between the standard spitfire and the spitfire crossbow broadheads? Do they use the same replacement blades.
Thanks Tom. At some places they are even priced differently than the standard heads.I called NAP and asked because this question had been posted before. The folks there told me the 100 grainers are exactly the same head. They said some customers were having confusion about whether the spitfire 100 grainers were meant for crossbows or not. SO, they labeled some as "crossbow" to help. They are EXACTLY the same head whether they carry the "crossbow" label or not.
I prefer the Spitfire Edge. The trophy tip has proven itself again and again. It is nearly indestructible. Small coc points like on the Maxx have a tendency to curl over when hitting something solid, like bone. I won't say that happens with Spitfires because I've never seen it. I'd just rather not take the chance. My results with the Spitfire Edge have been nothing less than outstanding. Good luck.If your looking to buy. I really like the Spitfire Maxx.
For what it's worth if you're shopping for your first Spitfires.....
Just sighted in my new TenPoint XLT Turbo with 20" Gold Tip Laser II arrows with brass inserts, Firenocks and the standard 100 grain Spitfires. I sacrificed a set of blades and didn't use "practice" blades. Total arrow weight is 410 grains. After zeroing at 30 yards I shot at 40, 50 and 20 yards. The arrows hit or touched (same to me) the EXACT same hole in the target. Every shot at every distance.
Good luck and I hope you get the same results!