G5's New T3 expandable 3 blade broadhead

Steve Johnson

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MEMPHIS, Mich., G5® Outdoors, the leading manufacturer in archery equipment and design, introduces its newest expandable broadhead - the T3. This new 100% steel broadhead features 3 expandable blades to produce a 1.5” wound channel.

“The new design of the T3 eliminates the shortfalls and failings that are common with other brands of expandables,” stated G5 Outdoors President and Co-Owner, Matt Grace. “In addition, the T3 features a first of its kind blade retention system the Spider ClipTM.”

The broadhead includes the new Spider ClipTM blade retention system. This system allows the shooter to tune their blade deployment based on their hunting scenario. Each package of broadheads comes with 2 different tension clips. One clip provides easier deployment for use with lower poundage bows. The second has a stronger tension setting for use with high speed bows, crossbows, and for shooting through blind windows. In addition, the Spider Clips eliminate the need for rubber bands or O-rings. The new Spider Clip retention system also eliminates any risk of blade pre-deployment.

With its Metal Injection Mold Technology, 100% steel construction, field tip accuracy, truly replaceable blades and 1.5” cutting diameter the big cut expandable T3 leaves a blood trail that looks like a red carpet leading to your harvest.


MSRP for the T3TM is $39.99 Replacement blades are $19.99 and replacement spider clips are $12.99

About G5® Outdoors
G5® Outdoors L.L.C. is a family owned business established in 2000 and backed by more than 40 years of precision manufacturing experience. G5® strives to provide superior products that are Designed to Hunt™ through precision manufacturing and innovative design. To learn more about G5® Outdoors, visit www.g5outdoors.com or call (866)456-8836.

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