Nap hammer knocker broadheads

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  1. thomas1335

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    Has anyone heard anything about when these will be sold or have they canceled the project?

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    Dont have a reference but last I read they canceled it I think. But don't quote me. :tu:
     
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    It's been cancelled - ran into some patent issues they couldn't get around. Even though the person with the patent isn't actively using it, they wouldn't sell or considerable a reasonable licensing agreement. That type of stuff happens all the time unfortunately.
     
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    looks very interesting. Much better looking than others that style I saw a few years back.
     
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    Who would not want Knocker Hammers?
     
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    No idea what these would have been like, but my trusty old NAP Spitfires do one heck of a job.
     
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    Spitfires fly as close to a field point as any BH I have shot in 40 years of bowhunting. When they hit it sounds like you shot a watermelon.......THUNK.....and man do animals go down quickly.
     
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